Three-time All-Star Aaron Judge had a dynamite season for the New York Yankees.
The 30-year-old outfielder led MLB in home runs during a record-breaking season. Judge signed a one-year, $19 million contract for the 2022 season with the Yankees, but he’ll hit the open market after this season.
Judge has had great success with the Bronx-based team over the years, leading the league with 52 home runs and 128 runs in 2017.
Here’s all you need to know about Aaron Judge’s home run hitting during the 2022 season:
How many home runs does Aaron Judge have this season?
Aaron Judge finished the season with 62 home runs in 157 games played.
He passed former Yankee Roger Maris for the AL single-season record, with 61 in 1961.
How many walk-off home runs did Aaron Judge have this season?
Aaron Judge had three walk-off home runs this season, most recently on July 28 against the Royals.
Who has the most home runs in 2022?
Aaron Judge led MLB with 62 home runs this season.
Here is how he stacks up against the rest of the top six when it comes to homers:
1. Aaron Judge, New York Yankees: 62
2. Kyle Schwarber, Philadelphia Phillies: 46
3. Pete Alonzo, New York Mets: 40
4. Mike Trout, Los Angeles Angels: 40
5. Austin Riley, Atlanta Braves: 38
What is Aaron Judge's batting average this season?
Aaron Judge finished the regular season with a .311 batting average. That was second in the American League to Minnesota Twins second baseman Luis Arraez, who hit .316.
Here are some other stats for Judge in the 2022 regular season: