New York Yankees: Baby Bombers Put Man-Sized Beating On Chicago, 12-3 - Highlights
Jun 28, 2017; Chicago, IL, USA; New York Yankees right fielder Aaron Judge (99) smiles after the Yankees scored two runs against the Chicago White Sox during the first inning at Guaranteed Rate Field. Mandatory Credit: David Banks-USA TODAY Sports

New York Yankees’ rookie Aaron Judge was seen with his new girlfriend, Jen Flaum, and everyone is buzzing. 

Aaron Judge may be in a slump on the field but off the field, the New York Yankees rookie right fielder is batting 1.000.


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New York’s newest star was spotted with Instagram hottie and NJ native, Jen Flaum at the third round of the US Open this weekend. This mystery couple has been the buzz all over Twitter since the picture — provided by the NY Daily News — surfaced of the two hanging out.

The Daily News is also reporting that Flaum had reached out to Judge via Instagram prior to their meet up at the USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center. This would explain Flaum’s caption on this photo:

I got 99 problems but A. Judge ain't one

A post shared by Jen Flaum (@jflaumy) on

Apparently getting Aaron Judge isn’t a problem.

Speaking of the rookie phenom, he scored a smoke show of a girl and we shouldn’t be surprised? He’s well on his way to winning the American League Rookie of the Year, is an All-Star, broke the Yankees’ rookie home run record and has established himself into one of the faces of baseball thanks to his massive power.

Hitting bombs clearly isn’t a problem for him. Scoring bombshells apparently isn’t either.



Let’s hope that Flaum is able to get his bat right. He’s slashing .176/.337/.340 since the midsummer classic with 70 strikeouts. Heck, at least we know he doesn’t strike out with the ladies.

Good luck, Judge. Just don’t pull an OBJ.

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