The New York Yankees just aren’t fair. On Wednesday night in Houston, Aaron Judge put the Bronx Bombers up 10-5 in the fifth inning when he launched a two-run homer that went into the stratosphere.
Judge’s 13th home run of the year went 471 feet, and the Rangers outfielders knew it was gone from the moment it left the bat. None even bothered to move as the ball left the stadium in a hurry.
— Gary Phillips (@GaryHPhillips) May 24, 2018
That’s just awe-inspiring power.
Judge and the Yankees continue to steamroll through their competition. They entered this game with a record of 31-14, having lost just four games since the start of May.
They are setting up what figures to be quite a battle against their bitter rival, the Boston Red Sox, down the home stretch.