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Maris' family follows judge's HR quest

Maris Family Follows Judge HR Pursue

NEW YORK – Kevin Maris, son of the late Yankees slugger Roger Maris, recently said he “was spending time watching a home run at Yankee Stadium” Had a good time’ chase involving Aaron Judge, who was a homer ashamed to tie Maris in 61 into Sunday’s American League Record’ game.

Kevin and his brother Roger Jr., Richard and Sandra have been watching the home run game from the stadium’s luxury suite since Wednesday.

” Back at Yankee Stadium, it’s a very Great moment where dad played his career and had such great success 19 home run. It’s always a real treat for our family to be back,” Kevin said by phone. “The Steinbrenners have always been great to Dad. They have taken good care of us as family. It was a real treat for us to invite us [to] experience this spectacular event. ”

Kevin Maris said that if he was in Without hitting a record home run against the Red Sox on Sunday, they will likely follow Judge to Toronto. The Yankees play three games against the Blue Jays starting Monday night.

) “We will try to stay until he breaks the record ,” Kevin said. “We want to see chases and challenges. Hopefully we’ll be around.”

Aside from hitting home runs, the Judges have an ERA season with a strong chance of winning the Triple Crown. Going into Sunday’s game, Judge was hitting home runs (61) and RBIs (314) and second only to Xander Bogaerts (.

in batting average ).

Kevin · Maris has watched Judges play over the past four games and has been impressed with the Yankees outfielder.

“[Judge] is an impressive sample,” Maris said. “Going so big in a baseball uniform, he’s a unique player. I haven’t had a chance to meet him yet, but hopefully that’s all said and done, and we’ll have a chance to sit down and talk to him and find out what he thinks about the whole chase. ”

With refs chasing home run records, it means Roger Maris is back in the news, much to the delight of Kevin Maris.

“Dad brought a lot to the game,” Kevin said . “One of the things Dad always said was that he brought a lot of new generations [to baseball games] — people who didn’t care about baseball. They would be walking down the street, [seeing my dad and saying],’ Dude I’ve never been a baseball fan but you’re in ’61 and hit 61 [home run], it just brought me into the game. It means a lot to dad. To make it happen again, it’s a pleasure to watch To [my father] was brought to the forefront of the new generation.”



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