Homer in 6 jersey games… 62 was most AL seasons.

Aaron Judge (30, New York Yankees) set the record for most home runs in one season in the American League.

On the 5th (Korea time), Judge started as the first right fielder in the 2022 MLB visit against the Texas Rangers at Globe Life Field in Arlington, Texas, USA, and hit a ‘leadoff home run’ in the first inning. it worked

Jersey hit his 62nd home run of the season by hitting a 142km/h slider off Texas first baseman Jejus Tinoco.

It was his first home run in six games after the game against the Toronto Blue Jays on September 29.

Jersey increased his home runs to 62 this season, surpassing the Yankees record of 61 home runs set by his senior Roger Maris in 1961.

Barry Bonds (73), Mark Maguire (70, 65), and Sammy Sosa (66, 64, 63) were the only players to hit more home runs in one season than Jersey.

They were all in the National League (NL).

All three also hit home runs in 1998-2001, when banned drugs dominated MLB.

Local fans call the jersey ‘the king of the clean home run’.

/happy news

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