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Judge goes for 62 in Yanks' home finale

(AP Photo/Adam Hunger)

Aaron Judge will get one more set of at-bats in his attempt at hitting his 62nd homer in front of his home fans Sunday afternoon when the New York Yankees host the Baltimore Orioles. Rain is forecasted, however, and the game will not be made up if there is a rainout.

Judge tied Roger Maris for the AL record Wednesday night in Toronto and in his first two games since matching the record, he is 1-for-4 with four walks.

After walking twice and being hit by a pitch on Saturday, Judge has been on base in 29 straight games. It is the second-longest on-base streak of his career.


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