Yankees vs. Orioles Oct 2.: Last home chance for Judge to hit 62nd homer, Gonzalez to start

Aaron Judge at Yankees vs. Orioles home game

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The final Yankees vs. Orioles game is to decide the fate of the series.

The New York Yankees are currently in first place in the American League East with a record of 97-60. They will take on the Baltimore Orioles, who are fourth in the AL East division with a record of 81-77.

Yankees vs. Orioles, Time: Sunday, 1:35 p.m. EDT, Yankee Stadium, New York.

Chi Chi Gonzalez (0-0) is to start for the Yankees, while Kyle Bradish (4-7, 5.11 ERA, 1.39 WHIP, 106 strikeouts) will take the mound for the Orioles.

A victory on Sunday’s Yankees vs. Orioles will decide the series winner. Baltimore won the first game 2-1 while New York blanked the Orioles 8-0 in the second game.

The final Yankees vs. Orioles game is the last chance for Aaron Judge to hit his record-making 62nd home run before the home crowd. Currently, he is at 60 and tied with Roger Maris’ 1961 record of most AL homers in a season.

At home, New York has a record of 57-23, and the team’s overall record is 97-60. The Yankees have a record of 59–23 when they record at least eight hits in a game.

The Baltimore Orioles have a record of 37-43 away from home and 81-77 overall. The Orioles pitchers have a combined earned run average of 3.99, which ranks 10th in the AL.

This Yankees vs. Orioles game will be the 19th time that these two teams are facing each other during the current season. The season series is currently tilted in favor of the Yankees, which they lead 12-6.

Aaron Judge is currently the batting leader for the Yankees with a .313 average. He also has 28 doubles, 61 home runs, 110 walks, and 130 RBI. Over the course of the last 10 games, Gleyber Torres has gone 12-for-33 with three home runs and 14 RBI.

In their last ten games, the Yankees went 8-2, had a batting average of .269, had an earned run average of 2.45, and outscored their opponents by 32 runs.

Yankees Injured List: Zack Britton, Wandy Peralta, Frankie Montas, Luis Gil, Andrew Benintendi, Albert Abreu, Matt Carpenter, Miguel Castro, Michael King, Chad Green, and Stephen Ridings.

Will Aaron Judge hit his 62nd homer in this Yankees vs. Orioles game?

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