Money to be worth Judge’s record 62 HR ball

Aaron Judge was again the protagonist in yankee stadium this Tuesday in his team’s victory (9-8) over the Pittsburgh Pirates. The Judge blew the fence again and with it he reached 60 home runs so far this year, equaling a mark that was in possession of the best player in the history of the Bombers: Babe Ruth, who hit the same number of home runs in 1927.

The lanky slugger and current superstar for the Bronx Mules is one home run away from tying Roger Maris (61) as Yankees’ leading gunman and overall in the American League in a single season. If he played all of New York’s remaining RPGs in the tournament, Judge would have 15 games to go. break the recordwhich looks very promising.

For those who have wondered if the ball Judge smashes Maris’ record with will have price, you should know that yes, and in fact, it will cost a lot of money. According to SCP Auctions, the right-handed ranger’s 62nd home run will have um $500,000 trade valuenamely, Half a million of green tickets.

In fact, Judge’s 60th home run ball is valued at $100,000-$150,000. It should be noted that the person who caught Doña Blanca was a university student who kindly returned the Yankees idol for almost nothing in return, only a few autographs and photographs.

Similarly, the ball that crossed the fence for the last time hit by Aaron Judge, after 62 home runs, would have a commercial value of one million dollars, since that figure will remain as the new record in the American League.

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Ishmael Hernandez

I am a graduate of the Autonomous University of Guadalajara since 2012, graduated as a Bachelor of Communication Sciences. After having been a radio announcer for a few years in the “Perla Tapatia”, I returned to my hometown, Mazatlán, Sinaloa and was hired by El Debate Newspaper in May 2019. My first months in El Debate were writing articles for the vertical: “My Pocket”, however, in September of the same year I became part of the powerful lineup of “Al Bat”, where I am still working as a web journalist. In “Al Bat”, we truthfully present to our readers the most relevant aspects of the baseball world, mainly from the MLB, winter leagues in Mexico, the Dominican Republic, Puerto Rico, Venezuela and the Asian continent. I am a fan of the Los Angeles Dodgers in the National League and the Boston Red Sox in the American League. My big dream is to get to know the Fenway Park stadium, the historic venue of the “Patirrojos”.

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