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Yankees Fans Lost Their Minds At An Aaron Judge Walk

Aaron Judge #99 of the New York Yankees bats against Eric Stout #52 of the Pittsburgh Pirates in the eighth inning against Eric Stout #52 of the Pittsburgh Pirates during their game at Yankee Stadium on September 21, 2022 in the Bronx borough of New York City.
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Fans of the New York Yankees are waiting in anticipation to see Aaron Judge tie the American League single-season home run record of 61.

That mark was set by none other than Yankees legend Roger Maris back in 1961.

So naturally, fans are going to be pretty disappointed when they don’t get to see Judge go deep.

Such was the case last night, when the Pittsburgh Pirates walked him.

It was one of those where you could say that it was an “unintentional” intentional walk.

But Yankees fans could see right through it, and when the walk was finally issued, Yankees fans began to boo loudly, and they did not hold back.


Yanks Fans Voice Displeasure Over Judge Walk

Can you blame them?

Nobody wants to see Judge walk.

Everybody can attest to that.

We all want to see Judge hit some bombs and break the record; the same way fans of the St. Louis Cardinals are itching to see Albert Pujols hit two more home runs and reach 700 for his career.

Judge is just one homer shy of tying Maris and two of breaking his record.

Nobody wants to see a walk.

Yankee fans in attendance last night made sure to get their money’s worth after seeing that.

They sure let the Pirates hear it and you can’t blame them for doing that.

To put it simply, walks are nowhere near exciting as home runs.

Fans crave excitement, and when they’re deprived of that, they’ll make sure everybody knows about it.

Still, Judge could very soon set the single-season AL record and he’s got more than a few games to get it done.

We’ll see what happens in the next few games.

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