The myth of the New York Yankees and MLBbro home run king Aaron Judge continued in Baltimore on Sunday when the Yankees slugger dropped two more bombs to cap a 2-1 series win with a victory over the Orioles.




Judge Is The Difference 


Judge, who is coming off an historic season where he broke the hallowed standard set by former Yankees legend Roger Maris, went deep in the third inning off Tyler Wells to give New York a lead they would never relinquish. That set the tone as the Yankees would scrap for a 5-3 win where he was the difference in the game.

This is nothing new for Judge against the Orioles, a team that feels it can compete for a wildcard spot in the American League after flirting with the playoffs last season. After spotting New York, a 4-0 lead, the Orioles rallied and pulled to within 4-2. 

However, Judge quashed the hopes for an Easter Sunday rally by wielding that big stick for the second time in the game.  He left the yard with an eighth inning blast off Logan Gillaspie for his 28th multi-homer game and first this season, which all but sealed the victory.


Aaron Judge Owns Baltimore Orioles 


Judge continues to do damage within the confines of Orioles Park.  Judge tormented the Orioles with three more hits and has a career .315 batting average with 21 homers and 42 RBI in 47 games in his charm city timeshare at Camden Yards.

Those looking to make prop bets have a can’t miss by taking Judge on a home run parlay anytime he sees the Birds. The Yankees latest mythical figure is a consistent nightmare for Orioles pitchers, and it has been that way throughout his career.  Judge has now hit 37 total career home runs against the Orioles which is the most any player has against an opponent since 2017.

After Sunday’s game Judge is batting .364 and has already hit his fourth home run in just nine games.  In 2022 the Bronx Bomber of the new school didn’t hit his fourth until game 17 last year while on the way to an American League single season record 62.

Sunday’s Bro bombs also gave Judge 224 home runs for his career which moved him past the beloved Don Mattingly for 11th all time in Yankees’ history.

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