Returning home run king Judge has five homers in his last four games.

It took a while to activate, but it is indestructible. ‘Home run king’ Aaron Judge (31, New York Yankees), who returned from injury, started to start. He has hit 5 home runs in his last 4 games.메이저놀이터

Aaron Judge of the New York Yankees. /AFP Yonhap News

Judge appeared as the designated hitter twice in an away game against the Toronto Blue Jays on the 17th, and scored 2 mid-footers (distance of 136m) to break the balance in the top of the 8th inning, where the match was 3-3, and the team won 6-3. led Judge, who reported the 11th gun of the season, rose to a tie for second place in the American League (AL) home runs.

Recently, Judge is recovering from last year’s home run king by hitting 5 home runs in 4 games. Judge hit 62 cannons last season and set a new record for most home runs in a single season in the American League and was voted MVP (Most Valuable Player).

Judge, who had been absent for two weeks from the end of April due to hip pain, made a comeback on the 10th. And starting with hitting a home run against the Tampa Bay Rays on the 14th, he also operated two cannons against the Blue Jays on the 16th. On this day, he was responsible for the final two-run four and established the dignity of the captain.

Judge also explained his ‘sign stealing controversy’ that occurred in his previous match. Judge drew an arch with a solo shot in the top of the 8th inning against the Blue Jays on the 16th. However, suspicion arose that he stole the opposing team’s sign through the team by looking sideways at the first base Yankees dugout just before. Even Blue Jays manager John Schneider came forward and suspected sign stealing, saying, “I will have to watch the Yankees running coach.” Regarding the situation at the time, Judge said, “I was worried because my colleagues kept talking. He was just trying to see who was making noise,” he said.

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