The 2022 American League MVP race between Aaron Judge of the Yankees and Shohei Ohtani of the Angels is almost impossible to decide after their magical seasons.
Cory Youmans made the catch of a lifetime on Tuesday night, snagging the ball Yankees slugger Aaron Judge launched for his AL-record 62nd homer
The Yankees star broke the American League's single-season home run record Tuesday. Next, he may receive the biggest contract in sports history.
The single-season AL home run king will test the waters of free agency after a historic season
ARLINGTON, Texas — Aaron Judge took a smooth, mighty swing, then broke into a big smile as he trotted around the bases. Heading home, his teammates backed away, letting him touch the plate alone.
While Maris' 61 for the Yankees in 1961 had been exceeded six times previously, all were tainted by the stench of steroids. That includes Barry Bonds' 73 for the the San Francisco Giants in 2001.
Yankees outfielder Aaron Judge hit his 62nd home run of the season on Tuesday, breaking Roger Maris' American League record set in 1961.Driving the news: Judge hit his record-setting homer during...
Tickets to the game cost upwards of $261.
We estimate that Judge has about 14 hittable pitches left to hit a homer in the regular season. He was unsuccessful in the Yankees’ afternoon game against the Texas Rangers, but they play again at...
Judge is chasing the Twins' Luis Arraez for the batting title, and is also leading the AL in OBP, SLG, OPS, OPS+, runs and walks in addition to HR and RBI.
After getting World Series shares worth more than $397,000 last year, the Braves hope to become the first repeat world champions since the 2000 Yankees.
NEW YORK -- Nestor Cortes lifted his right leg, rocked forward, hesitated, pointed his foot toward center field, then dotted a 94 mph fastball over the heart of home plate. Ryan Mountcastle...
Judge walked twice, was hit by a pitch and struck out twice in his second game since tying Maris’ milestone of 61 home runs.
Aaron Judge’s wait for history continues. And the hometown fans weren’t happy about it, nor who was responsible.
A soldout Yankee Stadium wanted to witness history. The Orioles wanted to survive. By early Saturday morning, neither had their wish granted.
Judge, the Yankees superstar, already tied Roger Maris for the A.L. record. Against Baltimore, he’ll try to stand alone.
The home run, which he hit during the Yankees’ 8-3 win over the Blue Jays on Wednesday, tied Judge with Roger Maris for the American League single-season record.
Three-time World Series champion Curt Schilling gave his opinion on how Yankees broadcaster Michael Kay called Aaron Judge's historic 61st home run. He wasn't a fan.
The Blue Jays bullpen coach gave the historic ball to Yankees personnel
To the eye, little had changed in the Yankees slugger—his approach, his mechanics, his demeanor—as he tried to match Roger Maris’s American League record.
A fan nearly caught the ball that tied Roger Maris' single-season HR record, but it landed in the home bullpen
Judge's historic blast came against Toronto Blue Jays lefty Tim Mayza on Wednesday night
Yankees outfielder Aaron Judge was in the middle of a homerless streak when he hit his 61st homerun of the season on Wednesday, tying Roger Maris for the American League record.
Yankees slugger Aaron Judge hit his 61st home run of the season in Toronto on Wednesday night, leading New York to a 8-3 win over the Blue Jays and, more memorably, tying the American League...
In one of the greatest seasons in major league history, Judge, the Yankees outfielder, has matched Maris’s American League record for home runs in a single season.
Yankees outfielder Aaron Judge hit his 61st home run on the season on Wednesday night, tying the longtime American League record set by Roger Maris in 1961.The big picture: Judge continues an...
Barry Bonds, Mark McGwire and Sammy Sosa have hit more, but baseball purists argue they don’t count.
The Yankees star shows what fans really want to see --- an athlete giving his all.
As a breathtaking home run chase nears its conclusion, there is profit to be had — for Judge, for the Yankees and for a host of other stakeholders.