Aaron Judge Home Run Tracker: Yankees star hits pace for 66 after matching Babe Ruth to Homer 60

Aaron Judge joins the home-run MLB Kings. The Yankees star broke his 60th home career of the season on Tuesday night, joining an exclusive list of zombies and putting Homer one away from tying Roger Maris to the MLS record for one season. His 60th home tie with Babe Ruth is eighth in one season in MLB history.

Back in the spring training refused to judge very reasonable Seven-year contract extension worth $213.5 million. It was a bold decision, no doubt, and this season Judge responded with what seemed impossible: He made himself more money. Some players may break under this pressure. The judge does not. I have thrived.

In addition to home workouts, Judge also tops the league in walks, run scored, RBI, total rules, base percentage, slow percentage, OPS, and OPS+, both of the FanGraphs and Baseball Reference versions of WAR. The race for the running title is not a race at all.

Here is the main MLB leaderboard as of September 22:

  1. Aaron Judge, Yankees: 60
  2. Kyle Schwarber Phyllis: 40
  3. Jordan Alvarez Astros; Austin Riley brave; Alonso House, Mets: 37

Crushing 60 players in 148 team games puts Judge on his way to 66 home points this season.

There is some great consistency in Judge’s pursuit of Maris’ home record. Maris, who passed away in 1985, hit 61 home 61 years ago in 1961. He also wore the No. 9. The judge wore the No. 99. Also, the judge made his career 203 on August 10, the same number of visitors as the Maris. Hit with the Yankees.

“It’s always nice to see my dad come back into the public eye a little bit because of the accolades he’s had in baseball. He’s accomplished so much in the game. We couldn’t be more proud of what he accomplished. Sixty-one is a unique number,” Roger’s son Kevin Maris said, Tell MLB.com in August. “…But (we) would be excited for (the judge if) he was able to achieve () the huge task. It is something that is a unique record, one of the best sports. Hitting a baseball is not an easy thing. Make it happen, I did it on over the course of a season, not just one game or one game.”

Leaderboard in one season

Before we go any further, I should point out only eight times in MLB history, where a player scored 60 home runs in one season, and six of the eight came during the so-called steroid era. What we’re talking about maybe the judge does doesn’t happen very often. Here are the eight seasons in history made up of 60 years:

  1. Barry Bonds, 2001 giants: 73
  2. Mark McGuire, 1998 basics: 70
  3. Sammy Sosa, 1998 Cubs: 66
  4. Mark McGuire, 1999 Cardinals: 65
  5. Sami Sousa, 2001 Cubs: 64
  6. Sami Sousa, 1999 Cubs: 63
  7. Roger Maris, 1961 Yankees: 61
  8. Babe Ruth, 1927 Yankees: 60
  9. Aaron Judge, 2022 Yankees: 60 (and counting)

Giancarlo Stanton last had an MLB run at 60 houses, deepening 59 times in the 2017 NL MVP season. That includes a really mind boggling stretch as Stanton hit 30 homers in a 48-game period. Ryan Howard hit 58 Homers in the 2006 NL MVP season. Even in this age when Homer is delighted, the player often doesn’t make a real run at 60 zingers.

What does the judge need to do for the rest of the season

The judge needs to make one home run in the last 14 games in New York to match Maris’ AL’s record, which means he needs two of his teammates to break the record.

Here are the steps that the judge must keep in order to reach the total of these important stages:

62 Homers (new record for one season)

2

7.00

61 Homers (links AL Maris record)

1

14.00

Current judge speed

2.47

Yankee Stadium worker

The judge definitely plays on the right pitch at home to run at 60 home runs. Yankee Stadium is one of the most entertaining home ball fields in the major leagues, although Judge doesn’t quite fill his pool with the short right porch traps. According to Statcast, Judge has only scored twice at home this season that could have been at Yankee Stadium and only Yankee Stadium: 364 feet against Shane McClanahan on June 15 and another 364 feet against Jonathan Hesley on July 30.

This home race against Hesley was the 200th home for Judge. He reached 200 homes in just 671 matches It is second only to Ryan Howard (658).

Not surprisingly, the judge’s home run rate on the road (once every 13.2 board appearances) is higher than his home run rate on the road (once every 16.1 board appearances). The judge can hit the ball from any part of any garden.

What about his workload?

this is important. The Yankees still have 14 games left, but the judge may not play them all. The Yankees are all in on the load management, for years, and rarely veer off the rest schedule.

Judge has been in good health this season, not even a single daily injury case, and has started 141 of his team’s 148 games (injured four times). A similar pace would have Judge start 13 of his last 14 games in New York. Even one less start will reduce his chances of matching or beating the Maris’ AL record.

Despite a poor stretch lately, the Yankees are a post-season lock-up and the ultimate goal is to win the World Championship (the judge himself will tell you that), so they will do what they think is best to make sure the team is in the best vertical position. in October. However, they are not oblivious to the race’s home run and potential history, especially since it will put a lot of rear in the seats. How can the Yankees sit a judge at home in September?

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