by Luke Monaldo | Thu, Sep 29th 8:32am EDT
Aaron Judge went 1-for-4 with a home run, a walk, two RBI, and two runs scored in New York’s 8-3 win in Toronto on Wednesday.
Aaron Judge’s two-run home run in the 7th inning gave the Yankees the lead for good Wednesday night. The homer was Judge’s 61st of the year and moved him into a tie with Roger Maris for both the Yankee and American League single-season records. Judge has seven games remaining to move into sole possession of the record as well as chase the American League Triple Crown. Judge is slashing .313/.425/.696 with 61 home runs (leads MLB), 130 RBI (leads MLB), 130 runs scored (leads MLB), 106 walks (leads AL), and 16 stolen bases in 658 plate appearances this season.