New York Yankees rookie slugger Aaron Judge continues to do amazing things. On Sunday against the Oakland A’s, Judge crushed an Andrew Triggs slider out of the ballpark, taking it opposite field for his first career grand slam.
— MLB (@MLB) May 28, 2017
The opposite-field blast also tied Judge — who has his own “Judges Chambers” at Yankees Stadium now — for the MLB home run lead with Mike Trout with 16 on the season. It also gave the Bronx Bombers a 5-2 lead over Oakland.
Not bad for a guy who had to fight his way onto the big-league roster before the season began.