FULL INNING! Aaron Judge’s 60th homer then Giancarlo Stanton’s walk-off grand slam for Yankees win!

FULL INNING! Aaron Judge’s 60th homer then Giancarlo Stanton’s walk-off grand slam for Yankees win!

One of the wildest innings ever!! Aaron Judge smashed his 60th homer, and then Giancarlo Stanton followed up with a walk-off grand slam to give the Yankees an insane win!

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40 Responses

  1. The Stuport says:

    REDS Fan here living in COW-lumbus, Ohio… home of the Triple A Team The Clippers which for many years was the Triple A Team of The Yankees so I hold a spot in my heart for The Bronx Bombers. Strictly as a Baseball Fan, I’ve been rooting for both Judge and Pujos to reach their individual goals of breaking the records they were each after! Such a Monster WIN for The Yankees…..they really needed this too! Cheers To ALL

  2. Anthony Morelli says:

    IF YOU WERE A KID AT THE STADIUM ON A NIGHT LIKE THIS, IS ONE OF THE GREASTEST MEMORIES YOU’LL EVER HAVE, YOU’LL STILL REMEMBER EVERYTHING LIKE IT JUST HAPPENED,, MY FIRST TIME IN THE ORIGINAL STADIUM WAS 58 YRS AGO, SEPT 1964, THEN SEEING MANTLE HIT A BLAST, HIS FAMOUS HR TROT I CAN STILL REMEMBER THE SMELL,THEY SEEN A ONCE IN A LIFETIME GAME, LOVE IT

    • FreedomFighter2112 says:

      Most Home Runs Al-Time (PED-free) List:
      1. Maris = 61
      T2. Ruth = 60
      T2. Judge = 60
      T4. Stanton = 59
      T4. Ruth = 59

    • Hulk Smash Golf says:

      Just like I was at the cardinals David Freeze World Series game 6 come back against the rangers. I still get chills typing this now! A night I will never forget!

    • Big Nov says:

      That’s the beauty of this game. It gives us moments that we cherish forever and it has a way of transporting us back to when we were kids and we skipped school to go to a ballgame with our dad. It bridges the gaps between the generations and gives us something to look forward to in the future.

      I have to be honest, I hate the Yankees and I wanted Shohei to be MVP (it would probably be the only bright spot in this awful Angel’s season) but I’m also completely captivated by Judge and I’ve been watching every Yankee game so I don’t miss history. I want to be able to tell my grandkids that I saw Judge hit 61 and 62. Even here in California I want to experience what you’re describing and share it with future generations. We’re on the cusp of baseball history and I can’t believe I’m lucky enough to see it. Even though I’m in my 30s now I’m transported back to the home run races of the 90s but this time there’s no whispers of cheating. It’s incredible.

      Thank you for sharing your story. 🙂

    • Scott J says:

      I was a kid who saw Maris and Mantle play. This game will be remembered, just as I remember them

    • M D says:

      So so so true

  3. Andre Figgs says:

    What a game. Judge and then Stanton. Boy did Stanton need that.

  4. Thomas Crain says:

    I’m no Yankee fan. But there’s magic in them uniforms right now.

  5. Mike E says:

    I wish that my grandfather was alive to see this. He loved the Yankees and so do I.

  6. chris belos says:

    i will remember this inning for the rest of my life. pure magic from the yankees but i have to also share some of the pain from pirates fans, this one was brutal.

  7. Jordan Maxwell says:

    🎉🎉🎉🎉🎉🎉🎉🎉 I love being a Yankee fan. Win or lose There’s nothing like the roar of the stadium when something special happens ❤❤❤❤❤❤❤

  8. Byron Gutierrez CR says:

    This is going to be remembered as one of the best 9th innings of all MLB’s moments!

  9. TheWilln Dawitshow says:

    As a Mariners fan who HATES the Yankees, I admit this was a very special moment in baseball history and goddamn what a way to end the game. What a gem and seeing the Yankees players with all their smiles at the end just warmed my heart. Long live baseball, long live America and long live happiness for all. What a game!

  10. rickey green says:

    And then the guy who hit 59 in a season before walks it off in grand fashion. Special night.

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