Tex Hollywood - September 21, 2022
Yankees star Aaron Judge blew up the Stadium last night after hitting his 60th home run of the season in the 9th bringing the Yankees' a 9-8 win over the Pirates. He joked in the press conference that when running the bases, that he should have done it earlier in the game.
He hit Babe Ruth's single-season record and put him 1 behind Roger Maris'. The MLB put together a video of all 60 HRs this season:
All 60 of @TheJudge44's homers!
Enjoy The Show. pic.twitter.com/6f70XGLFIC
— MLB (@MLB) September 21, 2022
When asked about it, he said that he doesn't think about the numbers, but acknowledges it being a honor having his name mentioned with the icons of the sport, or at least of Yankees lore.
Judge married his High School Sweetheart back in 2021, her name is Samantha Bracksieck and she was there to celebrate with her man, I'm sure it's just as much of a win for her, since she's been by his side since High School, I mean that's some commitment!
Samantha Bracksieck doesn't seem to have a public instagram to gawk at her hottest pics, maybe because of a public DUI that happened in Arizona back in 2020 where she was said to the arresting officers "Do you know who my boyfriend is? … My boyfriend is in the spotlight in New York media in general, and now here I am handcuffed in Arizona … Like, that is not good.”
Water under the bridge, I am sure! Onto more positive moments like this hit:
AARON JUDGE❗️ 60 HOME RUNS❗️ pic.twitter.com/5x8NG1lTtT
— Sportsnet (@Sportsnet) September 21, 2022
If you're looking for some opportunity, or a nerd to beat up, this is the guy who caught the near record breaking ball.
— Marly Rivera (@MarlyRiveraESPN) September 21, 2022
Unfortunately, that isn't an option, because the kid gave the ball back to the organization in exchange for a bat and some signed balls, which we know they'll be regretting in about 25 years when they see it hit the auction block for millions! What an idiot!
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