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    As it turns out, even some of the Orioles players don’t like the new and unimproved Camden Yards. Maybe Aaron Judge was right, after all. On Wednesday, Trey Mancini was asked about Judge’s commentary that the new Camden Yards was a ‘travesty’. Judge was specifically talking about the raised wall in left field, which now makes it harder to hit home runs out that way — line drives especially. Judge believed he was robbed of a third home run in Tuesday night’s Yankees win. Mancini surprisingly agreed with him on his premise that the O’s never should’ve raised the left field fence. “There’s nothing we can do to change it,” Mancini said, per the Baltimore Sun. “It’s nothing you can be thinking about when you’re up at the plate. But it doesn’t make it any less tough when you hit a ball that you think should definitely be a homer…We play half our games here, so…” Mancini seemed to imply that while Judge was upset about one fly ball, the Orioles have it far tougher given they play 81 games...
    Asked about comments from New York Yankees manager Aaron Boone and outfielder Aaron Judge about Camden Yards’ new left field wall, Trey Mancini, the longest-tenured Oriole, acknowledged it’s not the first time he’s heard such complaints from visiting hitters. “Nobody likes it,” Mancini said with a laugh. “No hitters like it, myself included.” Both Boone and Judge were critical of the Orioles’ changes to their iconic ballpark after Tuesday’s 5-4 victory, in which Judge homered twice but lost a potential third home run on a ball that would have left every other ballpark, as well as Camden Yards a year ago. Judge called the changes, which featured moving the left field wall back nearly 30 feet and increasing its height by more than five feet to reduce the ease of homering to that portion of the ballpark, a “travesty.” “It looks like a create-a-park now,” Judge told reporters, with Boone adding, “Build-your-own-park got him.” Entering Wednesday, Judge’s lost home run is one of six balls hit by visitors that would have likely left Camden Yards with the ballpark’s prior dimensions,...
    New York Yankees slugger Aaron Judge was upset after his two-home run performance against the Baltimore Orioles. Why? Because he should’ve had three. Judge hit two home runs and had four hits overall in a game the Yankees won, 5-4. Overall, it was a successful performance and one that Judge surely will relish over the course of a long season, which typically has plenty of ups and downs. New York is on a high right now — there’s little doubt about that. Judge leads the league in home runs and feels as though he had one stolen from him. “It’s a travesty, man. I’m pretty upset,” Judge said, per Bryan Hoch. “It just looks like a Create-A-Park now.” Aaron Judge vs Spenser Watkins#RepBX Double ???????? Exit velo: 100.8 mphLaunch angle: 30 degProj. distance: 399 ft This would have been a home run in 29/30 MLB ballparks.Only Oriole Park at Camden Yards wouldve held this one in. NYY (1) @ BAL (0)???? 1st pic.twitter.com/zJlUwfO45i — Would it dong? (@would_it_dong) May 17, 2022 Judge is referring to the above double, which...
    BALTIMORE — The Yankees will probably never get a bargain now. When the Bombers failed to reach an agreement to make Aaron Judge a Yankee for life this spring, they likely lost their last chance to get any type of favorable deal. Tuesday night, as the MVP chants began at Camden Yards, Judge continued to increase his value on next winter’s free agent market. The slugger hammered two more home runs, had four hits and was a triple shy of the cycle to lead the Yankees in a 5-4 win over the Orioles. The Yankees (27-9) have won three straight games, eight of their last nine and 20 of their last 23 games. They maintained the best record in baseball and have guaranteed at least a split of this four-game series. The Orioles (14-23) are the only team to take a series from the Yankees this season. Baltimore won two of three here at Camden Yards last month. Maybe it’s the scheduled rest — Judge sat out Monday night’s game as part of a prescribed rest program — or the...
    Yankees_Orioles_Baseball_25915 New York Yankees' Aaron Judge connects for a solo home run off Baltimore Orioles starting pitcher Spenser Watkins during the third inning of a baseball game, Tuesday, May 17, 2022, in Baltimore. AP Photo/Julio Cortez Yankees_Orioles_Baseball_21421 New York Yankees' Aaron Judge (99) celebrates his solo home run off Baltimore Orioles starting pitcher Spenser Watkins with teammates including Josh Donaldson, right, during the third inning of a baseball game, Tuesday, May 17, 2022, in Baltimore. AP Photo/Julio Cortez Yankees_Orioles_Baseball_25234 New York Yankees' Aaron Judge, right, is greeted by Anthony Rizzo (48) near home plate after hitting a solo home run during the fifth inning of a baseball game against the Baltimore Orioles, Tuesday, May 17, 2022, in Baltimore. AP Photo/Julio Cortez Yankees_Orioles_Baseball_16969 Baltimore Orioles' Rougned Odor scores on a sacrifice fly ball by Tyler Nevin during the fourth inning of a baseball game against the New York Yankees, Tuesday, May 17, 2022, in Baltimore. AP Photo/Julio Cortez (1/4) Share This Gallery: Share on Facebook. Share on Twitter. Share via email. Print. BALTIMORE (AP) — Aaron Judge homered twice after...
    BALTIMORE — After playing 13 straight games, Aaron Judge was out of the starting lineup for Monday night’s series opener against the Orioles at Camden Yards. It is a preventative maintenance day, according to Aaron Boone. ”I was kind of targeting one day on this trip. I considered the [Sunday] day game [in Chicago] and he kind of powered through that. …” the Yankees manager said. “Just kind of decided this was a good day.” He explained that between the day game, then traveling to Baltimore for a night game that Judge would get a day and a half to rest. Judge is leading the majors with 12 home runs and is slashing a ridiculous .296/.369/.632 with a 194 OPS+. This is part of the workload management that the Yankees hope will not only keep Judge healthy this season, but Giancarlo Stanton and the rest of their roster. Considering they are in the middle of playing 23 games in 22 days — their next scheduled off day isn’t until May 30 — Boone is keeping an eye out to give most...
    With his ability to impact a game both at the plate and on the mound, Shohei Ohtani will be an MVP favorite his entire career. But there are some players who could take the award from him There has never been a player quite like Shohei Ohtani. Baseball has never seen a player who could hit an opposite-field grand slam one night, then pitch six innings two days later. Never in the past century has there been someone capable of having more extra-base hits than Vladimir Guerrero Jr. and a lower ERA than Gerrit Cole, all in the same season. Ohtani is unique, a dual-threat unlike anything the baseball world has ever seen before. Even Babe Ruth, a star pitcher turned baseball’s greatest slugger, mostly stopped pitching by the time he became a full-time hitter. Ohtani has developed into a global superstar, the face of the game, his image gracing the cover of GQ and Time Magazine. In 2021, Ohtani fully arrived. He hit 46 home runs, third in the American League, while also having a 3.18 ERA on the...
    For the last year, the rivalry has been building. The Blue Jays pushed the Yankees to the end of last season, just missing a chance to play them for a playoff spot. Tuesday night, they added some bad blood to the mix. In an intense and heated game that had three Blue Jays ejected and both teams on the verge of hopping over the dugout fences, Aaron Judge hit a three-run home run to walk off a 6-5 win over the Blue Jays at the Stadium. Judge said he really got motivated after the Blue Jays hit Josh Donaldson on the arm with a pitch and the umpires ejected Toronto pitcher Yimi Garcia and pitching coach Pete Walker. “They started off and then got an early lead and I think when Josh got hit, I think that kind of locked us in and gave us a sense of, ‘okay, let’s go,’” said Judge, who had one leg over the dugout fence as Donaldson walked down to first base holding his arm. “Especially me, it got me going a little bit.”...
    For the last year, the rivalry has been building. The Blue Jays pushed the Yankees to the end of last season, just missing a chance to play them for a playoff spot. Tuesday night, they added some bad blood to the mix. In an intense and heated game that had three Blue Jays ejected and both teams on the verge of hopping over the dugout fences, Aaron Judge hit a three-run home run to walk off a 6-5 win over the Blue Jays at the Stadium. Judge said he really got motivated  after the Blue Jays hit Josh Donaldson on the arm with a pitch and the umpires ejected Toronto pitcher Yimi Garcia and pitching coach Pete Walker. “They started off and then got an early lead and I think when Josh got hit, I think that kind of locked us in and gave us a sense of, ‘okay, let’s go,’” said Judge, who had one leg over the dugout fence as Donaldson walked down to first base holding his arm.  “Especially me, it got me going a little bit.”...
    New York Yankees slugger Aaron Judge hit his MLB-leading tenth home run of the season on Tuesday night, a walk off to defeat the Toronto Blue Jays. Rangers manager Chris Woodward made waves over the weekend when he provided the media with their usual anti-Yankee Stadium soundbite. Woodward declared Yankee Stadium a little league park after Gleyber Torres’ game-winning home run, despite the fact that said home run would’ve reached the seats in 26 of 30 ballparks. Yanks manager Aaron Boone responded, claiming Woodward’s math had to be off. Banter aside, the Yankees won their series against Texas, who took their short porch arguments home with them to Arlington. New York faced a familiar foe on Tuesday in the Toronto Blue Jays, with Judge providing a game-winning blast that even Woodward couldn’t argue against. Save it for the Judge. pic.twitter.com/FHWrERduEV — New York Yankees (@Yankees) May 11, 2022 That was Judge’s first career walk-off home run.Yankees: Aaron Judge home run by the numbersJudge’s home run, to the surprise of no one who watched the highlight above, would’ve been a...
    NEW YORK (AP) — Aaron Judge hit a mammoth three-run drive in the ninth inning for his first walk-off home run in the major leagues to give the New York Yankees a 6-5 comeback victory over the Toronto Blue Jays on Tuesday night. Giancarlo Stanton tied it with a modest three-run shot in the sixth, and the Yankees rallied for their 14th victory in 16 games after three Toronto ejections left the angry Blue Jays seeing red. New York overcame a shaky start from Luis Severino and improved to 21-8, the best record in the majors. George Springer launched a leadoff homer for Toronto, and Lourdes Gurriel Jr. hit a tiebreaking double in the eighth that helped the Blue Jays take a 5-3 lead. No. 9 batter Jose Trevino and DJ LeMahieu drew consecutive one-out walks in the ninth from Jordan Romano (1-2) before Judge sent a hanging 1-2 slider 450 feet into the second deck in left field. The big slugger, who hit a walk-off drive from Double-A Trenton in Apri 2015, did a little dance as he approached...
    The View co-host Joy Behar cheered on the protestors who rallied outside the home of Supreme Court Justice Samuel Alito's home. On Monday night more than 100 people gathered outside Justice Samuel Alito's home in Virginia after a leaked draft opinion written by the Justice suggested a majority of conservatives on the court are prepared to end the constitutional right to an abortion. Demonstrators marched up and down his street in Alexandria, lit candles and shouted slogans like 'Alito is a coward', and 'our bodies, our choice'. During a segment on The View on Tuesday the panel of hosts discussed the implications of the protests, with Behar firmly backing the protestors. 'But it also shows Alito what it feels like to lose your freedom of choice,' Behar said. 'He cannot leave the house easily, so maybe that's a good lesson for them' During a segment on The View on Tuesday the panel of hosts discussed the implications of the protests Former Trump White House Communications Director Alyssa Farah Griffin said that while the first amendment gives Americans the right to...
    Former Attorney General Bill Barr said Monday on FNC’s “Jesse Watters Primetime” that the protests outside the homes of Supreme Court justices after a draft opinion leaked that would overturn the 1973 Roe v. Wade ruling were a violation of both federal and state law. Waters said, “You see these protesters at the homes of these justices, what goes through your mind?” Barr said, “Well, that’s not a valid form of protest because it’s a violation of the law. There is time and place for protests, and the federal statute makes it clear if you go to the house of a judge, the residence of a judge to influence the judge in his decisions and demonstrate that that’s a federal crime. He added, “It’s a state crime and the state of Virginia, at least. So, those are not valid forms of protest. They are obviously meant to intimidate. There is a parallel between January 6, which Republican leadership condemned the violence there. The forceful entry into the Capitol and the fighting with police. But what was really bad about that was it was an attempt to intimidate the Senate and the vice president in carrying out their duties. What’s happening now,...
    New York Yankees star Aaron Judge was once again called on low strikes, this time against the Texas Rangers. Back in the New York Yankees‘ series finale against the Toronto Blue Jays, star Aaron Judge was victimized by low pitches that were called strikes by the home plate umpire. That ultimately led to Yankees manager Aaron Boone going ballistic on the official and earning himself an ejection from the game. During the Yankees’ series finale against the Texas Rangers on Monday afternoon, Judge was once again watched as a pitch below his knees was called a strike. Judge couldn’t help but say something, and the home plate umpire exchanged some words with him. "He actually called that in a defiant way, and then stared at Judge. Looks like hes trying to show them whos boss." pic.twitter.com/2aM2VRItL3 — Welcome to the Ump Show (@umpjob) May 9, 2022 Aaron Judge once again sees low pitches called strikes by home plate umpire As YES Network play-by-play commentator Michael Kay said, the umpired made the call “in a defiant way,” and stared at Judge....
    TORONTO — Aaron Boone pulled the wad of gum he had been chewing out of his mouth and tossed it to the left behind home plate as he came out of the dugout in a fury. The Yankees manager had been upset with home plate umpire Marty Foster’s strike zone, particularly against slugger Aaron Judge, all night. Boone was furious after Judge took two pitches — which appeared to be out of the zone according to the MLB Statcast — that were called strikes. Boone came out at 2-2 in the count to argue. “The time before (Yusei) Kikuchi was just trying to pitch around (Judge) and so I was obviously upset a little bit there,” Boone said referring to Judge’s sixth-inning strikeout. “And there were a couple of other (calls). But yeah, nothing more. Nothing more than that. We’re playing for a lot and it just felt like there were a couple (pitches) that didn’t go our way.” Foster and crew chief Ron Kulpa declined to comment on the ejection, but it is likely MLB will review video of the...
    TORONTO — Derek Rodriguez got much more than just a baseball. The young Yankees fan became famous overnight for his emotional reaction when a Blue Jays fan handed him the Aaron Judge home run ball during Tuesday’s night’s Bombers win at Rogers Centre. He and his family were back at the ballpark Wednesday night, when he got to meet Judge and other Yankees. Rodriguez and his family were joined by Mike Lanzillotta, the Blue Jays fan who gave him the ball, in the Yankees dugout before Wednesday’s game. They watched the Yankees take batting practice and when he was done, Judge joined them in the dugout. Rodriguez, 9, cried when Judge sat down next to him and started talking to him and his brother. And Judge said he was moved by the moment too. “I asked who his favorite player was. He turned around and showed me his little jersey and it still gives me goosebumps to this day that little kids are wearing my number and my jersey,” Judge said. “It’s something I dreamed of. I used to be in his...
    A video of a Blue Jays fan giving a home run ball to a young Yankees fan Tuesday has gone viral overnight, and people can’t get enough of this random act of kindness. If you haven’t seen it, a Blue Jays fan identified as Mike Lanzillotta snagged a home run ball in left field from Aaron Judge, then proceeded to give the ball to 9-year-old Derek Rodriguez, a Yankees fan who nonetheless was wearing a Judge shirt. Lazillotta was trying to get a ball for the young fan all night, according to The Athletic, and eventually succeeded, leaving the boy in tears of joy. Take a look at this beautiful moment. This is awesome ???? A Blue Jays fan caught the Aaron Judge home run and proceeded to give the ball to a young Yankees fan. (via @timandfriends)pic.twitter.com/OirnLY4h0v — FOX Sports: MLB (@MLBONFOX) May 4, 2022 A Blue Jays fan gives the Aaron Judge home run ball to a young yankee fan. He went on to become Derek Jeter. Feel old yet. pic.twitter.com/mhMhHHW8Wy — Pardon...
    TORONTO -- A man in a Toronto Blue Jays cap picked up Aaron Judge's home run ball and briefly held his arms aloft in celebration.But then he made a move that quickly went viral on social media Tuesday night.The man handed the ball over to a young boy in a New York Yankees cap and Judge T-shirt one row behind.Overcome with emotion, the boy started crying and gave the man a hug.The baseball world could not stop watching the video of the Blue Jays fan's act of kindness and the overwhelming joy on the young Yankees fan's face."Enjoy the kindness," the official MLB Twitter account said. Enjoy the kindness. ????Aaron Judge and this very generous Blue Jays fan made this kids night! pic.twitter.com/qgFe9j8BTX— MLB (@MLB) May 4, 2022"What it's all about," the Yankees tweeted.What its all about ???? pic.twitter.com/LGt2zkty5J— New York Yankees (@Yankees) May 4, 2022"That's what's special about this game, man," Judge said when told about the exchange. "It doesn't matter what jersey you wear, everybody is a fan, everybody appreciates this game. That's pretty cool. I've got to...