Saturday, May 28 2022

In this Yankees vs Twins post game interview, outfielder Aaron Judge returned with a bang, launching a clutch three-run homer in the 8th inning to tie the game at five, after they had trailed 5-0. Gary Sanchez’s RBI single won it for the Bombers in the 10th. Judge talks about his approach against Alex Colome and trying not to over think the at bat. He said of the dizzy spells, ‘I feel better today. Not a hundred percent, but better today’. The Yanks had been 0-35 when trailing by four or more runs prior to Monday afternoon’s win.

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