Judge And Stanton, Panic Dumbbells

“Weekends are a bit like a rainbow. They look great from a distance, but disappear when you get closer.” John Shirley

Many slugger duos parade the Great Circus diamonds, causing horror in front of the real true “kill pitcher” pitcher. In this 2022 campaign, the New York Yankees will have dumbbells and pitchers will panic. Outfielder Aaron Judge and designated hitter Giancarlo Stanton set his record by hitting 23 home runs during the regular season. Clubs of those games 22-1.

The pair flew the fence nine times this season in the same game: April 29 vs Kansas City, May 3 vs Toronto, May 10 vs Toronto, May 12-13 vs White Socks, June 7 Against Minnesota, June 11 vs. Chicago Cubs, June 26 vs. Houston, June 29 vs. Auckland), the Yankees won each of these nine games.


Judges and Stanton also hit home runs in three post-season games where the Yankees won their respective games.

Stop by Aaron Judge, who is fighting Shohei Ohtani and the American League MVP. Thursday’s “Judge” was 3-1 with 29 home runs in the season, a major league leader. 2 home runs in the last 4 games, 4 home runs in the last 8 games, 7 home runs in the last 18 games, 10 home runs in the last 25 games, 11 home runs in the last 28 games, 12 home runs in the last 29 games, 19 home runs in the last 45 games, last 20 home runs in his last 56, 47, 25 in his last 56, 28 in his last 61.

Home runs 29 appeared in Game 76, hitting at least 29 home runs in the first 76 games of the Yankees season (32 home runs in 1928 and 1930, 31), making him the fourth player in franchise history. 1921 HR), Roger Maris (1961 30 HR), and Mickey Mantle (1956 29 HR).

His 29 home runs tied him fourth by the Yankees before the All-Star break, which shyed Roger Maris’ 33 franchise marks in 1961, leaving 16 challenges before the break. This is the second time in his career that he has hit at least 29 H4s before the All-Star game and shot 30 in 2017.

Undoubtedly, Aaron Judge gave me a stunning performance up to six times against the White Sox again on Wednesday, allowing Otani to hit five hits and one step while throwing 108 balls (74 strikes). Takes the judge to the MVP.

A day like today

1998: Cleveland’s Julio Franco extends his consecutive hits to 20 consecutive hits.

2004: Albert Pujols beat Pittsburgh 8: 1 with 5-5 and St. Louis beat Pittsburgh 8: 1.

2005: Baltimore’s Sammy Sosa hits his 579th home run.

2005: San Francisco extends Felipe Alou’s contract until 2006, offering 2007 options.

2011: The Texas Rangers won a 15-5 victory over the Florida Marlins, backed by an attack by Nelson Cruz driving six runs. Relief Alexi Ogando won and set the record for the year to 8-3.

2018: The Yankees beat the Boston Red Sox 11-1 with six home runs. Luis Severino will be the winner of the first 13 major games and David Price will be the loser. The Yankees now hit 137 home runs and set a new club record before the All-Star Break.

Birthday: 1980, Nelson Cruz.

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