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Judge, homer-less in his previous two games, will try again for history on Friday night.
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New York Yankees outfielder Aaron Judge remains on pace to match or eclipse the single season home-run mark set by Roger Maris in 1961. Technically, a trio of sluggers obliterated the Maris record ...
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New York Yankees outfielder Aaron Judge leads MLB with 43 home runs this season and is targeting the club record of 61 set by Roger Maris in 1961.
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Sixty-one years ago – in 1961 – Roger Maris was able to pass the ghost of Babe Ruth when Maris hit a then-record 61 homers for the New York Yankees. Now, in the summer of 2022, Yankee star Aaron Judge, 30, is chasing Maris' ghost. The slugging, 6-7, ...
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Aaron Judge might lead all of baseball in home runs, but a far bigger question remains, will he eclipse Roger Maris' single-season home run total of 61?
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Aaron Judge is at 42 homers and has 59 games left to see if he can surpass the Yankee record set by Roger Maris in 1961.
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The Yankees played their 102nd game of the season Saturday. The Yankees -- and American League -- single-season record is 61 home runs by Roger Maris in 1961. To match that total Judge needs to hit 19 homers in his team's final 60 games.
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Yankees slugger Aaron Judge is chasing history.The New York right fielder hit his 37th home run — and fourth in five games out of the All-Star break — in the...
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Aaron Judge's walk-off home run against the Royals on Thursday night allowed him to match a crazy Yankees franchise record.
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Alex Bregman homered twice to help the Houston Astros score 21 runs against the Chicago White Sox, tied for the second-most runs in team history.
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Trouble started in the third inning, when a leadoff walk to Sergio Alcantra snowballed into a two-run inning for Arizona fueled by a single for Dalton Varsho and back-to-back doubles from Stone Garrett and Josh Rojas.
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