Aaron Judge, the star of the New York Yankees, is still going strong, hitting his season-high 58th & 59th home run. And surprisingly, the Milwaukee Brewers were in opposition to these home runs. It looks like Judge is exerting every effort to help the New York Yankees snap out of their second-half skid this year. The outfielder is getting close, and now he is only three home runs away from Roger Maris’ single-season record. He has also achieved the record for most multi-HR games (11) in MLB history. Nevertheless, the baseman is more concerned with getting his team into the MLB playoffs.

Aaron Judge Hits 59th Homerun!

Yankees outfielder Aaron Judge blasted his 58th and 59th home runs of the season on Sunday, guiding the Yankees to a 12-8 triumph over the Milwaukee Brewers. And now, Judge is three home runs away from breaking Roger Maris‘ single-season home run record for the Yankees and the American League. The outfielder’s home runs are getting increasingly regular. And undoubtedly, he has certainly established himself as the top home run hitter this season. Yankees’ fam is enjoying as their star player is consistently providing MVP-caliber performances in almost every match.

At American Family Field on Sunday, Aaron Judge smacked two more home runs as the Yankees defeated the Brewers. Giving him 59 for the year, one below Babe Ruth’s season total of 60 and two behind Roger Maris’ legendary 61. On top of that, Judge achieved the record for most multi-HR games (11) in MLB history. It looks like Judge might shatter the record in a variety of ways, and Yankees supporters are already daydreaming about them. 

Most recently, Aaron Judge has had one of the best offensive seasons. Every time Judge takes the mound, brilliance is anticipated. While many MLB players might find it difficult to bear such pressure, Judge seems to handle it with ease. However, it would be the icing on the cake if Aaron Judge’s club enters the playoffs in the 2022 MLB season. However, the top New York Yankees player has decided not to sign a contract extension with the team. Instead, he placed a wager on himself over the summer. And looks like the bet has paid off. 

Anthony Rizzo Returns To Yankees After Injury!

On the other hand, Yankees’ first baseman Anthony Rizzo was activated off the Injured list by the New York Yankees on Sunday. Meanwhile, outfielder Estevan Florial was sent to Triple-A Scranton/Wilkes-Barre. In the Sunday series finale against the Milwaukee Brewers, Rizzo batted second after leadoff hitter and American League MVP front-runner Aaron Judge. He finished 3-for-6 with a single home run in the Yankees’ 12-8 triumph.

Last week, Rizzo stated that he was almost ready to play again after no longer experiencing the headaches that were a side effect of receiving an epidural injection to cure his ailing lower back. The first baseman’s slugging prowess forced him to miss practice because of migraines. It prevented him from playing baseball on September 6. However, after receiving treatment with an epidural blood patch for two weeks, Rizzo’s recovered from migraines. And as a result, Rizzo was called back into the bullpen.

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