Judge hit A-Rod and made history with his HR #55

Aaron Judge He hit his 55th home run on Wednesday during the Yankees’ win in the opening game of a doubleheader. 5-4 in 12 innings against the Twins at Yankee Stadium

Minnesota right-hander Louie Warland–making his major league debut–broke Judge Alex Rodriguez’s tie for the most homers by a right-handed hitter in Yankees history in the fourth inning. the season

The only other Bombers with more homers in a year are lefties Babe Ruth (60) and Roger Morris (61). Currently, Justice A 65 home run project By 2022

Now, Judge has homered in four straight games, the second time he has done so in his career. He had five games with at least one homer from July 29 to August 2, 2020.

After 136 games played by the team, the most manpower in a season

Barry Bonds, 2001: 73-57
Mark McGuire, 1998: 70-54
Sammy Sosa, 1998: 66-53
Aaron Judge, 2022: 65 (current estimate) — 55
Mark McGuire, 1998: 65-54
Sammy Sosa, 2001: 64-53
Sammy Sosa, 1999: 63 — 58
Roger Morris, 1961: 61-53
Babe Ruth, 1927: 60-49

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