Nestor Cortes rues crowd going silent when Aaron Judge at bat

Yankees silent fans when Judge is at bat

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Fans of the New York Yankees have been waiting eagerly for Aaron Judge to hit his 61st career home run.

In the last few games, whenever the slugger has been up to bat, a complete silence often descends on Yankee Stadium.

Nestor Cortes of the New York Yankees spoke with MLB Network about the new trend. He told:

“I don’t like it … it becomes real silent.”

Thursday’s 5-4 victory over the Boston Red Sox in 10 innings ensured that the New York Yankees will participate in the postseason. After going 0-for-2 with three walks, Judge’s home run total remained at 60 for the game.

Cortes also used the opportunity to explain how Judge is handling the pressure.

According to the pitcher:

“He’s the same guy as ever. Neutral. I think that’s one of his attributes. He can go out there, it doesn’t matter if its 50,000 or 10,000. He’s the same guy.”

Even though he was held hitless on Thursday, Judge, who is now 30 years old, continues to lead Major League Baseball with 128 RBI. It is possible for him to win the Triple Crown thanks to his career-best batting average of .316, which continues to set the standard in the American League.

Do you think Judge will get his 61st home run at Yankee Stadium?

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