Judge Hits Homer No. 60, Stanton Smashes Walk-Off Grand Slam

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Sports Illustrated

By Daniel Chavkin The two Yankees sluggers combined for a magical moment on Tuesday night. Sometimes, there are normal baseball games, and sometimes, there are special baseball games. On Tuesday night, the Yankees played a special baseball game. First, Aaron Judge hit his 60th home run of the season Tuesday night to tie Babe Ruth for second-most in Yankees and American League history. He became the sixth player all-time to reach 60 home runs in a single season, and the first in the AL and for the Yankees since Roger Maris in 1961. What made the homer even more special was that it was the begin…

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