When Aaron Judge barged on past Joe DiMaggio on Friday, blasting his 30th home run and breaking the Yankee Clipper’s rookie record — a mark that only had stood for 81 years — it was simply another reaffirmation of how valuable an addition Judge has been. And not just for the Yankees. Rookies are the...
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- Aaron Judge shatters Joe DiMaggio’s rookie HR mark
By Howie Kussoy - Saturday Jul 8, 2017
The Yankee Clipper has been eclipsed. Aaron Judge’s unforgettable season landed in the record books Friday night, when the 25-year-old slugger set a Yankees single-season rookie record with his 30th home run of the season, passing Joe DiMaggio’s mark of 29 set in 1936. For eight decades, DiMaggio’s record remained safe from Mickey Mantle, Yogi...