This is it, Yankees fans.
Aaron Judge could beat the American League record of 61 home runs in any single game.
On Sept. 20, Judge hit his 60th homer in a game against the Pittsburgh Pirates, tying the legendary Babe Ruth and putting him one behind Roger Maris’ mark that was set 61 years ago.
Want to see history unfold in real time? For those in New York, or those willing to travel to see the historic feat, you can get tickets right now for the upcoming Yankees games, taking place at Yankee Stadium. There are two games left against the Pirates on Sept. 20 and 21. Then on Sept. 22-25 games the rival Boston Red Sox come to The Bronx, which is sure to be an exciting game regardless of records.
Tickets are available, sold on Vivid Seats right now. We advise you to step up to the plate and order them now, because with the record at risk, seats are sure to sell out fast.
Everything to know about Aaron Judge and his chase for the home run record:
The Yankees slugger could tie Maris’ record or if lightning strikes twice, he could stand alone with the AL mark.
This means that you may want to grab tickets to more than one game, either the weekend games against Boston or the following away games against the Toronto Blue Jays up at Rogers Center in Toronto.
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