Instead of agreeing on a contract extension in the winter, Aaron Judge and the New York Yankees decided that they would figure out their future at the end of the 2022 season. Judge has taken full advantage of the situation to the tune of 60 homeruns, on pace to break the American League record set by fellow Yankee Roger Maris in 1961. But with only a week left in the regular season and the pressure building to greater heights with each passing day, when should we expect the Yankees slugger to break the record, or will he even break it at all? View from the Grandstand host Justin Paura welcomes guest Justin DeVellis, sports anchor on News12 Connecticut, to talk about Judge’s season, the HR record, and more.
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