Aaron Judge lifts Yankees with 19th homer, highlight-reel catch

ESPN News ServicesJune 4, 2023, 10:47 am3 minutes of reading

Spike Lee likes Aaron Judge taking out the fence on a spectacular catch

Running back Aaron Judge takes extra bases from the Dodgers and Spike Lee likes it.

Angels — Aaron Judge Helped pay for his bat and his glove on Saturday New York YankeesHit his 19th homer and then hit a spectacular home run over the fence 6-3 win on Los Angeles Dodgers.

Judge, the American League MVP, lined a line drive into the short left-field corridor in the sixth inning as he bounced back from an 8-4 loss Friday night in the opener of a high-profile interleague series.

Homer, of the Dodgers’ reliever Shelby MillerOnly traveled 360 feet, but Judge’s 113.7 mph line drive landed in the low stands in front of the left fielder. David Peralta Try dramatizing it.

Later in the eighth, Judge may have saved a run for the Yankees with his speedy catch JD MartinezThe liner is in the right-field corner Max Muncy On the first floor and nobody out. Judge made the catch immediately before the bull ran into the door, which opened partially as he struck it.

Judge hung onto the ball and stayed upright while putting one foot in the bullpen, but Muncie was allowed to advance to second because Judge had technically left the field. Yankees manager Aaron Boone briefly argued the umpire’s decision to send Muncie to second.

The Yankees led 5-3 at the time of Judge’s catch and reliever time Michael King He retired the Dodgers’ next two batters to send the game into the ninth inning.

Yankees right-hander Gerrit Cole (7-0) bounced back sharply in his native Southern California, striking out five with two walks and allowing just one run. David PeraltaIn’s bloop RBI single. He was pulled after a season-low 80 pitches, apparently due to muscle strain.

Information from the Associated Press was used in this report.

See also  After beating the Cowboys in Week 6, the Eagles are ranked by position

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *