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Bombers continued scalding hot streak scorching the Twins 8-3

After a thrashing of the Twins Monday night, the Bombers looked poised to continue their three-game winning streak in this homestand. CC Sabathia took the mound to face Jose Berrios and the Minnesota Twins in the second round of their four-game series. After a short stumble by Sabathia in the first inning, the Yankees scored a run or more in four straight innings to retake the lead, and never looked back. Didi Gregorius continued his impressive start, recording his seventh home run of the year and added three more RBIs to his season total. Gleyber Torres recorded his first RBI as well, and Gary Sanchez launched his fourth and fifth home runs of the year as well. The Yanks seem like they are starting to finally click, a great sign for the Bronx faithful.

Aaron Judge wins American League Player of the Week


As first announced by Major League Baseball a few hours ago, Aaron Judge has been named the American League Player of the Week. The awards keep coming for the Yankees’ right fielder, who has been consistently dominant all season long, both offensively and defensively.
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Over the past week, Judge hit an incredible .500/.600/1.000, all of which were tops in the AL. He crushed three home runs, in addition to six RBIs, six walks, and ten runs scored. Of the six games the Bombers played, Judge collected four multi-hit games. The biggest moment of the week was undoubtedly the mammoth 495-foot bomb he hit against the Orioles yesterday. It was the longest homer of his young career, and tied for the second longest ever measured by MLB’s Statcast.
Thanks to his huge week, Judge now leads the American League in all three of the Triple Crown categories. While it’s still early, it is an impressive feat nonetheless, and one baseball fans should keep an eye on as the season progresses. He would be the first player to win the award since Miguel Cabrera in 2012 and the first Yankee to accomplish the feat since Mickey Mantle in 1956.

Aaron Judge has turned the heads of everyone around the world of baseball. He is racking up awards, while putting up video game-type numbers. As he continues to slug his way through the season, the question asked by everyone is: What else can this phenom do?

Article by: Dan DeGregorio

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