Aaron Judge is on the brink of history.
The New York Yankees’ now-legendary slugger has hit 60 home runs this season, and is now one shy of Roger Maris’ American League record of 61, set in 1961.
Aaron Judge hit his 60th homer
Aaron Judge hit his 60th home run with the Pirates on Tuesday. Can he hit 61 tonight against Boston?
The Yankees have 14 games left, starting with Thursday’s matchup against the Boston Red Sox, which you can watch live on FOX and the FOX Sports app.
We’ll be live blogging every judge here on FOX Sports.
First at-bat: Umpire walked
Judge’s first at-bat was unsuccessful. Walked by Michael Wacha.
Second at-bat: The umpire walks again
Judge is on base again – not with a strikeout, but with a walk for the second time.
Stay tuned for more updates and check out everything you need to know about Judge’s historic season below.
Going from 0-60
Want to see all 60 Judge home runs so far this season? Don’t say anything else.
A-Rod: “Judge’s legend only grew.”
Former Yankees great Alex Rodriguez talks about Judge’s historic season and why he’s doing what he’s doing as a member of the Bronx Bombers, a franchise where the bright lights rarely dim.
Alex Rodriguez talks about the greatness of Aaron Judge’s historic season
Fox’s M.B. Analyst and former New York Yankee Alex Rodriguez talks about how historic Aaron Judge’s season is as he attempts to pass Roger Maris’ home run record.
Maris family: “Obviously it’s mixed feelings.”
Fox Sports’ Ken Rosenthal spoke with Roger Maris Jr. and the Maris family about approaching umpire and passing his father’s home run record.
Ken Rosenthal talks to the family of Yankees legend Roger Maris.
Ken Rosenthal talks to the children of New York Yankees legend Roger Maris about Aaron Judge chasing the Yankees record for most home runs in a season.
Time to experience the brilliance of the judge
Fox Sports’ Martin Rogers said Judge’s pursuit of history is a chance for fans not only to enjoy his incredible talent, but also to reminisce about the titans of yesteryear, such as Babe Ruth and Roger Maris.
Aaron Judge’s year is “the most impressive offensive season in 25 years.”
The Yankees’ slugger is one home run away from Roger Maris’ AL record. Nick Wright explains why he believes Judge’s run “could be more impressive than Barry Bonds’ 73.”
Judge for the AL MVP… right?
Despite Judge’s statistical brilliance — he’s on his way to winning the AL Triple Crown — there is one superstar who is putting up unprecedented numbers on the mound and at the plate for a second straight season in Los Angeles.
Shohei Ohtani vs. Aaron Judge: AL MVP Debate
Both Aaron Judge and Shohei Ohtani continue to make their case for the award, while Ben Verlander and Alex Curry provide their weekly American League MVP update.
Will the Yanks keep Judge?
It’s a crazy thing to think about, isn’t it?
Judge is a free agent after this season, and his price will be higher when he gives up his dominance this year.
Can he make his way out of The Big Apple?
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