Judge becomes fastest to reach 60 career HRs
Published on Apr 16, 2018
Yankees slugger Aaron Judge goes deep in the 2nd inning to become the fastest player to reach career 60 home runs
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Ruben Lira - 1 week ago
Imagine him using an aluminum bat
LT Tyler07 - 1 week ago
Aaron + 👨🏻⚖️ = AARON JUDGE
LT Tyler07 - 2 weeks ago
See we need Judge. He doesn’t bat flip. He’s loyal and proud to be in a good team. #RoadTo30Titles Currently have 27 Titles in the MLB. ALL RISE.
Luis Torres - 2 weeks ago
All Rise 💪🎓
andy gomez - 2 weeks ago
THIS GUY GET WET HIS PANTS EVERY TIME JUDGE HOME RUN. CAMAM JUDGE IS ALMOST 7 FOOT CLOSE 300 POUNDS WHAT YOU SPECT ? ALMOST TWICE OF REGULAR MAN SIZE.
peter sav - 3 weeks ago
Who else saw Zach Hample?
brett bono - 3 weeks ago
micheal kay's "see yah" makes me wanna kill myself
Jacob Woods - 3 weeks ago
Jon Coiro - 3 weeks ago
All rise. Here comes the judge
golfboy55 - 3 weeks ago
Maybe 3 cheapies...
Pablo Cordoba - 4 weeks ago
Aaron Judge looks like Aaron Gordon.
Lyric Montoya - 4 weeks ago
He will probably be one of the top ten people with the most homeruns
K.J.M.K. - 4 weeks ago
why 60? kinda a stupid number. Why not 50 and 100, normal increments that make sense.
Zito 1 - 4 weeks ago
Ray cabrera - 4 weeks ago
And no steroids!!! All natural power
Ray cabrera - 4 weeks ago
Hes the best...love my yankees...now with stanton.crazyyyy...and sanchez,didi..unreal..
Some Randy456 - 4 weeks ago
They left out his postseason home runs for some reason
Markey11 - 4 weeks ago
The Yankees announcer is so annoying
Nicky D - 4 weeks ago
if only he can hit a damn home run in the playoffs unlike last year i find this guy so overhyped and this is coming from a yankee fan
Crazy Luigi - 4 weeks ago
Honestly, I can see him breaking Barry Bonds' home run record, and it'd be well earned in the process!
Yofo #1 - 1 month ago
how can u not love him?
Austin316 - 1 month ago
There it goes CYA
Mark Wilcons - 1 month ago
I own the 2017 Five Star Parallel Aaron Judge, Rookie, (American Rookie of the year) Red, 1 of 1. Got it as the 76th bidder on EBAY for (I'm not saying for how much). Then I got the tracking # that started with a J and ended with an N. It was coming from Japan. It sat in US customs on Thanksgiving Day (and I sweated it out), then started moving again the following day. Came in absolutely perfect condition in a one touch holder. Some guy in Tokyo got the card in one of those boxes (that sold in the US for $120 bucks) for just 2 cards in a foil wrap. He took the card to a card shop in Tokyo and asked the owner to sell it on Ebay. The owner said, "You might want to keep a card like this." But he opted to sell and now I own it. Plan to sell at auction in 10 years in the center of a custom baseball card display I'm making in my shop of 2017 five star parallel's to include; Reds 1 of 1's Don Mattingly, Sandy Koufax and (red silver signatures) Clayton Kershaw, Oranges (only 5): Nolan Ryan, Hank Aaron, Jose Altuve, Cody Bellinger, Suzuki Ichiro and a 2nd Aaron Judge silver signatures, Golds (only 10) Chipper Jones, Derek Jeter & Mike Trout. Will be absolutely GORGEOUS and valuable provided Aaron J. keeps knocking them out. All Rise! Here comes the Judge! It was a Judgian Blast!
Caged - 1 month ago
Joey - 1 month ago
THE PITCHERS WILL KNOW HOW TO PITCH TO HIM NEXT YEAR...WATCH HOW MANY hr'S HE GETS NEXT YEAR.....LOL.
BigJeff S - 1 month ago
JProduciendo HD - 1 month ago
Judge aronn bestia
SheistyBaboon - 1 month ago
When you're opening up a 2 liter. 8:03
Isai Lejis - 1 month ago
S e e Y a
Philip Bourdon - 1 month ago
He's almost 26 years old. The late, great Tony Conigliaro reached 60 at the age of only 21, despite missing almost 2 months from a broken arm in his rookie year. All done in the elevated diamond era.