Aaron Judge hits 25th HR in 52 games despite Yankees’ rough start vs. Mets

On June 25, 2024, Aaron Judge hit a grand slam despite the Yankees' 7-9 loss to the Mets in the first game of the Subway Series.
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Aaron Judge silenced any doubts among New York Yankees fans about the team’s resurgence against the Mets by smashing a grand slam in the eighth inning—his seventh career grand slam.

Despite Aaron Judge’s impressive feat, the Yankees narrowly fell short in the first game of the Subway Series, ending with a 9-7 score.

Aaron Judge tries despite Yankees’ rough start vs. Mets

On June 25, 2024, Aaron Judge hit a grand slam despite the Yankees' 7-9 loss to the Mets in the first game of the Subway Series.
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The game began with Gerrit Cole enduring one of the worst outings of his career, but the Yankees rallied with standout performances from Austin Wells, Ben Rice, and Judge himself. Judge, now leading the league with 29 homers this season, launched a towering grand slam to right-center field, providing a significant contribution to the Yankees’ effort.

Over his last 52 games, Aaron Judge has hammered 25 home runs and driven in 62 runs, highlighting his crucial role in the team’s performance.

After the game, Aaron Judge told SNY in an interview that he knew right off the bat that his grand slam was going to be a home run.

Watch Aaron Judge’s grand slam here:

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