New York Yankees: Aaron Judge Wins 2017 Home Run Derby With Ease (Highlights) 2
Jul 10, 2017; Miami, FL, USA; American League outfielder Aaron Judge (99) of the New York Yankees celebrates after winning the 2017 MLB Home Run Derby at Marlins Park. Mandatory Credit: Steve Mitchell-USA TODAY Sports

New York Yankees slugger Aaron Judge has been crowned the Home Run Derby champion after a simply remarkable performance.

New York Yankees rookie phenom Aaron Judge captured this year’s Home Run Derby title with ease following a simply jaw-dropping showing.

Judge eliminated Justin Bour in the first round after clobbering 23 home runs and outlasting the big left-handed slugger by just one home run.

Following his first round victory, the right-fielder advanced to face Cody Bellinger where he just needed to hit 13 in order to advance to the finals and he did that effortlessly.

The 6-foot-7 beast clobbered home runs in the semi-finals which reached distances of 513 and 507 feet, leaving the fans of Marlins Park just in shock.

Judge would cap it all off in the final round with 12 home runs to defeat Miguel Sano and be crowned the Home Run Derby champion.

Simply an unbelievable performance from a player who is having an unbelievable rookie season thus far, expect more to come from this beast during the rest of the season.

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