Aaron Judge leads betting odds to win Home Run Derby

Aaron Judge leads betting odds to win Home Run Derby

Aaron Judge leads betting odds to win Home Run Derby

Judge has blasted 30 home runs as of Friday night, breaking Joe DiMaggio's Yankees rookie record set in 1936.

Leading off the fifth inning, Judge connected against rookie left-hander Josh Hader and sent a 432-foot drive to center field, giving the Yankees a 4-2 lead and surpassing Joe D.

Judge was shocked when he heard news of the sale, telling the New York Daily News: 'I don't even know what to say'.

'This is just off the charts, ' Topps marketing manager Susan Lulgjuraj told the New York Post of the card sale. However, it is officially the Aaron Judge show in 2017. 'This is one of the first cards made of him'.

Judge also has half a season to make a serious run at the Yankees single-season home run record of 61.

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Joe DiMaggio's 1936 record of 29 home runs had remained the high watermark for any NY rookie, but Judge has broken that long-standing record before the All-Star Break.

Steiner Sports is auctioning off a game-worn jersey that Judge wore in his Major League Baseball debut.

There's a new name in the Yankees' record book after Aaron Judge eclipsed a franchise icon. Judge reached it in New York's 83rd game of the season. "It's pretty incredible what he's done".

"It is quite an honor", Judge said. He finished with 132 runs scored, 206 hits (Judge has 96), 44 doubles (Judge has 13), 15 triples (Judge has 3), 125 RBIs (Judge has 65), 24 walks and just 39 strike outs. "It's been a fun first half so far, just to be in this position with my teammates around me, always putting me in the right spot and just helping me do my best and helping me succeed".

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