The Yankees judge hit the 61st home run of the season against the Blue Jays, tying Roger Maris' American League record for the first time in 61 years.

The Yankees judge started in the match against the Blue Jays in Toronto, Canada on the 28th as No. 1 and designated hitter, and hit a winning No. 61 two-run home run in the 7th inning of a tie.

It was a powerful hit with a speed of 188 km, and the instant it was hit, it was clear that it was a home run. and shared their joy.

With this, Judge matches the American League record of 61 in a season set by Yankees' Roger Mullis in 1961, and if he continues to hit the same pace in the remaining seven games, he will break the record and reach 64 in a season. is.

The major league record is 73, set by Barry Bonds in 2001.

In this year's American League, the season MVP = maximum between Judge, who has mass-produced home runs and has the potential to win the Triple Crown, and Shohei Otani, an Angels player who has shown historical success in the two-sword style of throwing and hitting since last year. Attention is focused on who will win the award.