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The Aaron Judge Home Run Tracker: Game 148

Aaron Judge had another great day at the plate, but he was denied number 61.

The Aaron Judge Home Run Tracker: Game 147

Move over, Babe Ruth: Aaron Judge has joined you in the 60-homer club.

The Aaron Judge Home Run Tracker: Game 146 (expanded)

With 16 games to go, Judge has already tied his teammate’s remarkable all-time high.

The Aaron Judge Home Run Tracker: Game 146

Judge took another massive leap towards history, crushing two more homers in Milwaukee.

The Aaron Judge Home Run Tracker: Game 145

Judge stands still as McGwire made history by this point in our tracker.

The Aaron Judge Home Run Tracker: Game 144

The Yankees lost a tough one, and Aaron Judge stayed put in his home run chase.

The Aaron Judge Home Run Tracker: Game 143 (expanded)

The Yankees are off again, so we’ll check in again with 2017 Giancarlo Stanton and more.

The Aaron Judge Home Run Tracker: Game 143

Judge fell to one ahead of Maris’ pace by this point in the season.

The Aaron Judge Home Run Tracker: Game 142

Only nine players in the history of baseball have now ever hit more homers in a season than Aaron Judge (57).

The Aaron Judge Home Run Tracker: Game 141 (expanded)

With the Yankees off, we’ll look again at how Judge’s pace compares to some other notable campaigns.

The Aaron Judge Home Run Tracker: Game 141

Judge continues to hit, but he isn’t getting them out of the park lately.

The Aaron Judge Home Run Tracker: Game 140

The hits keep coming for Aaron Judge, but the homers are lagging a bit.

The Aaron Judge Home Run Tracker: Game 139

Aaron Judge did what he could to try and carry his team, but again lost some ground in his chase of history.

The Aaron Judge Home Run Tracker: Game 138

Judge went homerless on Thursday but is still in lockstep with Sosa and McGwire’s 1998 pace.

The Aaron Judge Home Run Tracker: Game 137

Judge’s home run streak ended, but his pace is still looking strong.

The Aaron Judge Home Run Tracker: Game 136

The Yankees were rained out yesterday, but with two ahead today, we’ll check in on Game 136 anyway.

The Aaron Judge Home Run Tracker: Game 135

Judge tied a Yankees record yesterday and did his part to keep pace with home run hitters of yore.

The Aaron Judge Home Run Tracker: Game 134

Aaron Judge found his spot to homer in back-to-back games, and this time the team managed to win behind him.

The Aaron Judge Home Run Tracker: Game 133

The Yankees and Aaron Judge followed the script, losing pitifully while Judge did what he could to try and carry the team.

The Aaron Judge Home Run Tracker: Game 132

Only the Bambino had an especially notable Game 132.

The Aaron Judge Home Run Tracker: Game 131 (expanded)

With the Yankees idle last night, we’ll compare Judge’s home run pace to a few more monster seasons.

The Aaron Judge Home Run Tracker: Game 131

Judge stood still last night to close out August at 51 homers.

The Aaron Judge Home Run Tracker: Game 130

Aaron Judge took another mighty step towards history last night.

The Aaron Judge Home Run Tracker: Game 129

Judge didn’t get many opportunities last night, but he found his spot to join the 50-homer club for a second time.

The Aaron Judge Home Run Tracker: Game 128

The Yankees had another dismal offensive day, and Aaron Judge wasn’t able to carry them.

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The Aaron Judge Home Run Tracker: Game 127

Judge couldn’t do much last night, just like the rest of the Yankee offense.

The Aaron Judge Home Run Record Tracker: Game 126

Aaron Judge picked up some ground in his historic chase.

The Aaron Judge Home Run Record Tracker: Game 125

A pair of historic sluggers made it halfway to 100 by this point in the season’s pace.

The Aaron Judge Home Run Record Tracker: Game 124

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