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Aaron Judge lifts the Yankees with a 19th homer

Aaron Judge lifts the Yankees with a 19th homer

ESPN News ServicesJun 4, 2023 10:47 a.m3 minutes to read

Spike Lee loves Aaron Judge as he takes out the fence on an amazing catch

Running back Aaron Judge to take extra bases away from the Dodgers and Spike Lee loves it.

Los Angeles — Aaron Judge With the bat and glove on Saturday to help push New York Yankeeshitting his 19th home run and later hitting an amazing run at the fence on a A.J 6-3 victory Over the Los Angeles Dodgers.

Judge, the American League MVP winner, put a big home run into the left shortstop in the sixth inning for the Yankees, who are rebounding from an 8-4 loss Friday night in the opening game of the high-profile series.

Homer, from the Dodgers dump Shelby Millertraveled only 360 feet, but Judge’s 113.7 mph drive reached the low stands before left fielder David Peralta He can try to play on it.

Then on the eighth, Judge may have saved a Yankees run with his quick catch JD Martinezin the right corner with Max Muncie On first base and nobody’s out. Judge made the catch a moment before hitting the bullpen, which partly opened when he hit it.

Judge held the ball and stayed upright while putting one foot into the bullpen, but Muncie was allowed to advance to second apparently because Judge technically left the field of play. Yankees manager Aaron Boone briefly argued the umpire’s decision to send Muncie to second.

The Yankees led 5-3 at the time of the catch, and reliever Michael King He retired the next two Dodgers batters to send this game into the ninth inning.

Right Yankees Gerrit Cole (7-0) Sharp was home to Southern California, displaced five of his walkers and allowed only a run David PeraltaOne RBI bloop. He was pulled after a season-low 80 pitches, apparently due to cramping.

Information from the Associated Press is used in this report.

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