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New York Yankees star Aaron Judge hits record-breaking 62nd home run

1 month ago   |   By KCRA

Congrats to Aaron Judge on his record-breaking home run!
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Aaron Judge hits home run 62 and makes baseball history

Aaron Judge hits home run 62 and makes baseball history

1 month ago   |   By NPR

The New York Yankees' star outfielder has broken the 61-year-old record set by fellow Yankee Roger Maris back in 1961.
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Aaron Judge hits record 62nd home run, breaking tie with Roger Maris

Aaron Judge hits record 62nd home run, breaking tie with Roger Maris

1 month ago   |   By NBC News

New York Yankees slugger Aaron Judge clubbed his 62nd home run of the year Tuesday night in Texas, making him baseball's greatest single-season long-ball
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Aaron Judge Sets New AL Record With 62nd Home Run

Aaron Judge Sets New AL Record With 62nd Home Run

1 month ago   |   By SI

Judge moves past Roger Maris to stand alone atop the American League's all-time list. The man who towers above nearly all of his peers on the field now sits alone atop his league's single-season home run leaderboard. Aaron Judge clobbered his 62nd home run of the year on Tuesday agains the Rangerrs, moving him past Roger Maris and in sole possession of the American League record for most homers in a single season. The historic shot came in the first inning against Jesus Tinoco. Earlier this month, Judge became the first player to hit 60 home runs since 2001, when Barry Bonds (73) and Sammy...
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Aaron Judge hits 62nd home run to break Roger Maris' record

Aaron Judge hits 62nd home run to break Roger Maris' record

1 month ago   |   By New York Post

Aaron Judge is the new home run king - at least to some people.
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