Aaron Judge of the New York Yankees knocks his 58th

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Aaron Judge of the New York Yankees knocks his 58th and 59th home runs, moving him within two of the American League record.

Aaron Judge of the New York Yankees had one of his best games of the season on Sunday, hitting two home runs, a double, and a single, driving in four runs, and setting himself up to break the American League single-season home run record at home this week.

As is his habit, Judge downplayed his individual performance in the Yankees‘ 12-8 win against the Brewers, saying: “We have some important games coming up. That’s really all I’m thinking about right now.”

But no one could help but admire the 30-year-old outfielder, whose 59 home runs are two short of Roger Maris’ AL record, 127 RBIs lead all of baseball, and.

“I apologize for repeating myself, but it’s historical,” Yankees starter Gerrit Cole said. “I have nothing else to offer you. It’s the most impressive offensive season I’ve ever seen. I’m not sure what more to say. I mean, it’s fantastic. Dude, I’m riding it. It’s incredible.”

Amazing may not be an adequate adjective to describe what Judge is doing. On Sunday, he improved his September line to near-unthinkable proportions:.491 batting average,.586 on-base percentage, and 1.018 slugging percentage.

In the game on Sunday, Judge became the first player in the league’s ball-tracking era to record five batted balls of 110 mph or more: a 115.4 mph liner to deep center field on the game’s first pitch, a 111.6 mph home run to right field in the third inning, a 111.3 mph single to left field in the sixth, a 110.3 mph shot on a 443-foot home run to left field in the seventh, and an 11

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Author: Sara Brooks