Aaron Judge’s season finale matches cause a stir

It seems that the entire MLB universe is centered around Aaron Judge and his quest for immortality. The New York Yankees slugger has been the talk of the MLB as the regular season draws to a close with Judge (currently) either hitting his 62nd home run or leading the Triple Crown game. MLB Twitter couldn’t help but wonder if the pressure had gotten to Judge.

Too much pressure on his honor Aaron Judge. He is NOT breaking that record and he is also losing the triple crown unfortunately.

Too much pressure on his honor Aaron Judge. He is NOT breaking that record and he is also losing the triple crown unfortunately.

“To press too much for his honor Aaron Judge. He is NOT breaking that record and he also loses the triple crown, sadly. “- Ian Grimm99

Currently, the Yankees still have two games for Judge to produce at the level of MVP he has played all season. Unfortunately for Judge, he is in a crisis to close the season, registering only 2 hits in his last 12 bars. Obviously, this is something non-Yankee fans enjoyed.

Many Yankees fans have videos on their cell phone of Aaron Judge hitting

So many Yankees fans have videos on Aaron Judge’s cell phone hitting

“Many Yankees fans have cellphone videos of Aaron Judge hitting” – Percival Ulysses

While Judge seems focused on achieving his coveted 62nd home run of the year, his Triple Crown drive appears to have diminished. Now, as the pressure builds, you may very well see both results pass. Luis Arraez of the Minnesota Twins is currently on track to win the batting title by stealing the Triple Crown from the judge.

“@TalkinYanks This HR chase clouded their quest for the Triple Crown” – Yankees_Heat_

The last time a player won the MLB Triple Crown was Miguel Cabrera in 2012. The legendary slugger finished the season averaging .330 batting, 44 home runs and 149 RBI on course to be named AL MVP.

“OTD in 2012, Miggy wins his Triple Crown”. – Detroit Tigers

Aaron Judge’s historical season

Regardless of the outcome of the Yankees’ last two games, Judge’s 2022 season is one of the best in New York history. The striking winger currently has an average of .311 batting, 61 home runs and 130 RBI. Although the stats were otherworldly, they also contributed to the team’s success with the Yankees in first place in the AL East with a record of 99-61.


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