The New York Yankees are rolling.
With their 6-5 walk-off win last night over the Toronto Blue Jays, they improved to 21-8 on the season and lead the American League East division by four games over the Tampa Bay Rays.
New York has the best record in all of baseball and is dominating everybody else in the league.
At the center of it all is their top slugger, right fielder Aaron Judge.
Judge crushed a three-run homer in the bottom of the ninth inning off of Blue Jays reliever Jordan Romano to win it for the Yankees.
A Yankees fan page tweeted about the moment and pointed out that the home run was Judge’s 10th of the season thus far, which leads the Major Leagues.
Aaron Judge is the first player in MLB to 10 home runs this season pic.twitter.com/E5xD8SlmRA
— Talkin' Yanks (@TalkinYanks) May 11, 2022
Judge looks healthy and confident and is leading these Yankees as they tear through the rest of the AL East and the entire league.
He has struggled in years past with injuries, but he looks to be fully recovered and producing the way everybody around the league knows he can.
His power is rivaled by few in the game today and he put that on full display last night, as he has all season long.
The Yankees are proving to be a dangerous team that you can’t sleep on in 2022.
They’re red-hot and have a stranglehold on the AL East.
This a team with its sights set on the World Series and a team that has as good of a shot as anybody else to take home World Series title No. 28.
And Judge is the one leading the charge.
We’ll see if he can stay locked in and remain healthy as the Yankees continue to dominate.