Aaron Judge literally ran through the wall for his team.
On Saturday night, the New York Yankees slugger showed he’s not just that, he’s also a prodigious right fielder.
JD Martinez tied the game. los angeles dodgers, and he roped the right fly, but the judges had to put in enough effort for this. The judge reached out and grabbed him, and he slammed into the fence, knocked it over, and all the balls went into the out glove.
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However, the catch is now controversial as Judge injured his toe and could be placed on the disabled list for the second time this season.
When the judge broke the fence, his foot hit the concrete bottom of the Dodger Stadium wall directly.
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Judge missed two games in a row due to injury. Manager Aaron Boone said the swelling had subsided but he was still being evaluated.
Dodger Stadium opened in 1962 and is currently the third oldest ballpark in Major League Baseball.
“They should build a stronger fence,” Judge told FOX’s Ken Rosenthal after the game.
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Judge missed 11 games earlier this season due to a sore hip. The Yankees are in trouble if he’s out for an extended period of time, as the American League MVP has posted eerily similar numbers to last season. After leading the majors last year with a 1.111 OPS thanks to an AL-record 62 home runs, he led the category again with a 1.078.