Volpe gets first career HR, Judge back to back
Anthony Volpe has amassed an impressive first month with the Yankees The moment you could add his first home run to the list.
Volpe, MLB Pipeline & #39;s No. 3 prospect, leading Twins starter Louie Varland into the bottom of No. 1 on Friday night. Aaron Judge followed and the Yankees quickly took a 2-0 lead.
Volpe’s first stolen base came on Opening Day after his first walk, and he followed that up with his first two career hits two days later.
” It’s a whirlwind, but the best The whirlwind,” Volpe said earlier this month after recording his first hit. “It’s been amazing for me to spend this time with my teammates, family and close friends. It’s cool for me, but it’s even better when I get to experience it with them.”
If Volpe’ history is any indication that there should be more home runs in his future. In his two full minor league seasons, he played 19 and 94 home run, who hit three in just 53 at-bats during spring training home run.