Aaron Judge, Revolutionary Power Of The Clock Age

“People use filters to change their photos, but they don’t use values ​​to change their lives.” Glenn Donato

It’s not the same value of a home run to tie or win a game, nor is it the same for a single home run with the board on one side. That’s why there are garbage home runs and gold-worthy home runs.

On Tuesday, we witnessed right fielder Aaron Judge’s tying gold-medal-worthy solo home run in the New York Yankees’ game against the Baltimore Orioles in the ninth inning. It was the seventh home run of his career. Eight years of big show fighting spirit is worth the challenge.


Jagde, the Bronx Bombers’ astounding “Mr. Judge” on the court, has singled in each of his last nine games since May 13, going 35-15 with a .429 batting average, 10 RBIs and two doubles. Hitting 8 home runs. He had 17 runs, 17 RBIs, and 9 walks. The Yankees slugger has six homers and 12 RBIs in his last seven games and eight homers and 17 hits in his last nine games.

Since returning from the disabled list on May 9, Judge has been a spark, batting .367 with 18 for 49, eight homers, three doubles and 19 RBIs, 30 in 62 games. I’m on base in a game. He had 18 hits and 12 walks.

And if you suspect Judge is terrorizing pitchers at his club, just soak up these stats: 8 walks in his last 7 games, 10 BvB in his last 10 games, and his last 13 games. 12BvB.

Judge has hit 12 homers in his last 19 games with Baltimore since April 26, 2022, 23 in his last 41 games with the Orioles since 2020, and has hit 38 homers against the Orioles since 2017. It is released, and this is the highest number. The number of corner drives completed against any opponent is the most by a major league player against a single opponent in that span.

In Age of the Clock, Aaron Judge is a true revolutionary of the deep swing and for that reason alone he is and will always be the best slugger of the moment, overwhelming pitchers with many home runs.

days like today

1951: Prospect Willie Mays made his debut for the New York Giants but fumbled after five shifts. He produced three gems on defense.

1998: Mark McGuire breaks the Major League Baseball home run record by June, hitting his 25th in a 6-1 loss to St. Louis against Colorado.

1994: Jose Rijo faces the Colorado Rockies in Game 3, seeking his 100th career win, but loses 2-3 after allowing 3 runs in the 8th inning.

2004: Alex Rodriguez goes 2-for-4 against Baltimore, extending his streak to 33 games.

2011: The Philadelphia Phillies score the winning run with two outs in the bottom of the 19th to defeat the Cincinnati Reds, 5-4, after a hard-fought 6 hours, 10 minutes. Infielder Wilson Valdez, pitching for the first time as a professional. Valdes won the game in the bottom of the 19th when Raul Ibanez hit a bases-loaded sacrifice fly, and Wilson became the first position player to win since Brent Mayne in 2000.

2012: Nelson Cruz had 4-for-5, a home run and eight RBIs to lead the Texas Rangers to a 14-3 victory over the Toronto Blue Jays.

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