Tag: Aaron Judge

Aaron Judge Won’t Attend All-Star Game

Aaron Judge Won’t Attend All-Star Game

Injured New York Yankee Captain Aaron Judge has decided not to attend the MLB All-Star game in Seattle, he announced Sunday night. He has chosen instead to focus on rehabbing his injured big toe. In a heartfelt post on Instagram, Judge wrote, “I wanted to take the time to say thank you to all the […]

How did the Yankees Keep Aaron Judge in New York

How did the Yankees Keep Aaron Judge in New York

After playing a historic season this year Aaron Judge will officially be returning to the New York Yankees. Despite Judge’s perfect season, and outpouring support from fans he was hesitant to return to the team. The Yankees originally offered the player a contract of 213.5 million dollars to be paid out over seven years. The contract would make Judge the second highest paid outfield in Major League Baseball. However, just seven months before his Yankee contract expired, he rejected the Yankees offer.

In the Non-Steroid Era: Aaron Judge’s Record Sets a New Standard

In the Non-Steroid Era: Aaron Judge’s Record Sets a New Standard

Aaron Judge, a player for the New York Yankees, recently made major league baseball history. In the first week of October the young player hit his 62nd home run this season breaking a record Maris set in 1961.
When asked about this incredible achievement he humbly said, “It’s a big relief,” adding “…it’s been a fun ride so far.” One can only imagine the amount of pressure he faced, in the games leading up to him setting the record. Remember, there were eight straight games of him hitting zero home runs.

What is Aaron Judge’s market value in free agency? The new AL Home Run King may receive less than you think.

What is Aaron Judge’s market value in free agency? The new AL Home Run King may receive less than you think.

Aaron Judge has captivated us in the same way that Mark McGwire and Sammy Sosa did in 1998.
Baseball historians are debating where he ranks among the greatest seasons in baseball history.
He transported us to 1961, the year Roger Maris broke Babe Ruth’s home run record with 61. It was the most ever hit in American League history until Judge hit his 62nd home run into the stands at Globe Life Field on Tuesday night.

Aaron Judge One Homerun Away from Making Baseball History

Aaron Judge One Homerun Away from Making Baseball History

Aaron Judge, a player for the New York Yankees, is one home run away from making history or at least replicating a record that hasn’t been set since October first of, 1961. This season has been an exceptionally successful one for the young outfielder. He has hit 60 home runs, making him only one shy of the American League record set by Roger Maris.

From Stanley to Nettles, Gio has become his own man.

From Stanley to Nettles, Gio has become his own man.

When the Yankees first got Gio Urshela from the Toronto BLUEJAYS for 25 thousand dollars, they thought they were getting a player that could help their triple a team (Scranton – Wilkes Barre) and at the same time in an emergency could help the big club.  On the 1978 Yanks we had a player like […]

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