Aaron Judge is living up to the hype this postseason and the New York Yankees’ brightest star threw some shade at Boston while leaving Fenway.
For the third straight game, Aaron Judge launched a monster home run. Much like the Wild Card Game, Judge decided to do his damage in the first inning. But the New York Yankees slugger announced his presence in Boston, even when the game was long over.
Judge was seen blasting New York, New York by Frank Sinatra as he was leaving Fenway Park. Of course, the Sinatra tune is the song that blares through the Yankee Stadium speakers following home games.
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It looks like Aaron Judge was feeling right at home in these first two games. Judge went 5-for-9 with three runs, two RBIs, and two home runs in the first two games of this series. His numbers for the entire postseason? He’s 7-for-12 with five runs, four RBIs, and three home runs.
The Yankees hope Judge continues his torrid pace this postseason. He should be comfortable coming home to the Bronx. Judge’s home splits throughout his career are encouraging and his eye-popping slash line of .322/.444/.693 bodes well for the Bombers’ chances in Games 3 and 4.
The Yankees have momentum in their favor and they can close out the series at home if they take care of business. Judge looks locked in and Gary Sanchez finally looks scary again.
There’s no place in the world Judge and the Yankees would rather be on Monday night. The Red Sox are entering a buzzsaw in the Bronx, but with the series tied at one game apiece, the Yankees have to keep up the pressure.
Aaron Judge is blasting Frank Sinatra in Fenway Park after a pivotal Game 2 victory. The rivalry is back.