New York Yankees slugger Aaron Judge (31) hit a home run in three consecutive at-bats.
Judge hit his 33rd final three-run hit of the season in the bottom of the third inning, followed by his 34th two-run home run in the 5th inning and his 35th solo arc in the 7th. He hit 35 home runs in 100 games this year.
This is the first time in 86 years that a player who missed more than 50 games due to injury has hit more than 35 home runs in a season since Rudy York (Detroit Tigers, 35 home runs) in 1937.
Judge, who hit 35 home runs, rose to a tie for third place in the American League home run category.스포츠토토 Judge narrowed the gap with the league’s home run leader, Shohei Ohtani (44 home runs), whose season ended due to injury.
Judge, who set a new American League record for most home runs by hitting 62 home runs last year, is attempting to hit 40 home runs for the second consecutive year.
Judge raised his season batting average to 0.267 and scored 70 RBIs and 74 runs. He recorded an on-base percentage of 0.401.
The Yankees won 7-1 thanks to Judge’s outstanding performance. The Yankees (78 wins, 76 losses), who have won two games in a row, are in fourth place in the American League East Division.