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Aaron Judge Adds Home Run No. 56 & 57 in pursuit of Babe Ruth

Bandung, MNS-Fenway Park is one of the most historic baseball stadiums in the US, and it witnessed more history on Tuesday when Aaron Judge hit 56th and 57th homers of the 2022 season, guiding the New York Yankees to a 7-6 win against their fierce rival, the Boston Red Sox.

With these last two home runs, Aaron Judge is getting closer to capturing his Yankees lore season with Babe Ruth’s 60 home runs in 1927 and Roger Maris’s record of 61 in 1961, which is also an American League record for 61 years.

Homer’s first judge Tuesday night, a 383-foot drive through center-right court — tied the game at three in Aaron Judge’s third inning.

The next one was even bigger, as he fired a 389-foot ball into deep left court and into the Aaron Judge stands to level at 4-4 in the sixth quarter.

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“You really don’t see it. If you check the numbers, you’ll get caught,” Hakim said afterwards, according to ESPN of Aaron Judge’s fight.

“I keep trying to do what I can do, and the numbers will show themselves. If I have a good plan and a good approach, do what I need to do in the box, everything else will show up.”

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If Hakim is able to finish the season with 65 homers – which would require one every 2.5 games – it will be the fifth 65-plus home run season in MLB history.