The 62 home run force is back… Yankees Judge tow a series of victories with multiple homers
- on May 14, 2023
Major League Baseball (MLB) New York Yankees star Aaron Judge led the team to a remarkable victory with a home run in 13 games.
Judge started as the designated hitter twice in the 2023 MLB Tampa Bay Rays and home game held at Yankee Stadium in the Bronx, New York, New York, USA on the 14th (Korean time), and had 2 hits in 4 at-bats (2 home runs), 4 RBIs, 1 walk, 2 home runs. The score flew by.
Judge, who had not had a home run for nearly a month since the match against the Los Angeles Angels on the 21st of last month, made a long-awaited arch on this day and played a key role as a hitter.
In the bottom of the 5th inning, trailing 2-6, Judge, who fired a two-run four against Tampa Bay starter Shane McClanahan, turned the tide of the battle with a come-from-behind two-run home run in the bottom of the 6th inning, when the score was 5-6.스포츠토토
It is the second time Judge has hit two homers in one game since the Baltimore Orioles game on the 10th of last month. Judge, who set the American League record for the most home runs in a season with 62 home runs last season, raised concerns about his lack of pace this season due to overlapping injuries. However, on this day, he announced a comeback with two home runs.
Thanks to Judge’s home run, the Yankees created a come-from-behind drama that turned the tide at 0-6. After Judge’s come-from-behind two-run four, the Yankees ran away to 9-6 with Oswaldo Cabrera’s two RBIs and timely hits in the continued two-out run.
The Yankees gave up 2 runs in the top of the 7th, but with a 1-run lead, Clay Holmes and Wandy Peralta played a scoreless pitch to lock the back door and win by 1 point. The joy was doubled as it was a come-from-behind victory against a team with the highest overall win rate in MLB.
After the game, Judge gave thumbs up to the players’ concentration, saying, “It wasn’t the start we expected. But what we could do was focus on the next at-bat and the next pitch.”