A really good pelt was hung on Aaron Judge’s big game wall tonight in the Bronx. With the Yankees in control 4-1, Judge faced a 2-0 count against Michael Fulmer, and Fulmer decides it’s time for a inside change up which was up and in Judge’s hot zone on the inner half. This is what resulted:
Yankees win the game 7-2. All you UNDER 8.5 (this made all the sense in the world with Fulmer and Luis Severino going) lost, and of course you did. Because the opposite of what should happen in MLB totals happens.
Judge is making moves. With this being the last calendar day of July, he needs eight home runs in each of the final two months to run down 1987 Mark McGwire. We’re pulling for him big time man!