No home run by umpire; AL batting one behind
NEW YORK – Earlier this week, in their long-awaited During the Rogers Center meeting, Aaron Judge shook hands with Roger Maris Jr. for the Yankees with his 04 nd home run “Knocks down the pinnacle of Yankee Stadium”. That hasn’t happened yet, but there’s still time.
Friday, when the Yankees lost 2-1 to In the case of the Orioles, Judge was left on the field for the Yankees’ final home opener of the regular season. With two home games remaining, Judge was tied with Roger Maris, and the Bombers’ right fielder both played 61 home runs to share the single-season AL record.
Judge ends evening 1-2 with two walks Contest. The judge struck out in the first inning, singled out the midfielder in the third inning, left in the sixth inning, and deliberately left in the eighth inning. His batting average is .315, better than the Twins’ Luis Arares(.