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Yankees slugger Aaron Judge mashes 62nd homer to break AL single-season record

ARLINGTON — Aaron Judge smiled and exhaled. It had been almost a week since the Yankees slugger had looked so relaxed, so happy. It had also been almost a week since he had hit a home run. It took just three pitches into the nightcap of a split doubleheader, but Aaron Judge turned on a slider, hammering it into the first row of the left-seat bleachers for his record-setting 62nd home run of the season.

In the 161st game of the season, Judge broke the American League single-season home run record of 61, set by Yankee Roger Maris 61 years ago.

Keeler: Mike Sanford isn’t Karl Dorrell. He’s fired up. He’s hungry. But is that energy enough to keep CU Buffs from going 0-12?

BOULDER — If the Cal Bears could be overwhelmed by the sheer power of anecdotes, the Buffs would be a 17-point favorite next week.

“The reason I have a (left) knee brace is, I tore a meniscus celebrating an interception with a defensive player,” CU interim football coach Mike Sanford cracked Tuesday afternoon. “That’s one of those that stayed with me, I think, for about four or five years. It just keeps getting worse.

“So I told (Buffs) players, my full intention is to tear my right meniscus at some point in the next eight games.”

As José Abreu nears free agency, is his time with the Chicago White Sox running out? ‘I don’t like goodbyes,’ the veteran 1B says.

José Abreu has been a fixture in the Chicago White Sox lineup for nine seasons.

He was the American League Rookie of the Year in 2014 and the AL Most Valuable Player in 2020. He led the league in RBIs in 2019 and 2020.

And he almost never misses a game.

Abreu’s time with the organization might be winding down. The first baseman will be a free agent after this season.


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