Roger Maris Jr. calls Barry Bonds HR record illegitimate

On the night that Aaron Judge equalized his father’s MLS record on home soil, Roger Maris Jr. made a bold announcement. Back on the turf would give the judge the outright lead for the AL, but still left him 11 shy of Barry Bonds MLB’s 73-shot record, which he hit in 2001. After the judge’s equalizing shot on Wednesday, though, the younger Maris called Bonds total illegal , According to Brendan Kuty of NJ.com. “I think it means a lot, not just to me. I think it means a lot…

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Sarah Walsh after her husband returns a running ball at the judge’s house: “Divorce”

Aaron Judge finally made his 61st home run of the season on Wednesday, ending a week of fruitless batting and tying Roger Maris with the most hosts in a single season in MLS history. Many were curious to see which of the fans would end up ripping up the prized souvenir, but in the end, the ball fell below the left stands at Rogers’ center and landed in the Blue Jays Bullpen. In the end, it ended up in the hands of Toronto coach Matt Bushman. From there, the story…

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Roger Maris Jr., Judge’s Mother Shares Her Hug After Record Yankees Star Ties HR

After a little waiting, Aaron Judge He made history on Wednesday as Roger Maris tied the MLS record 61 times in a single season. The Yankees The star turned 61 at home 61 years after the Maris achieved the feat in 1961. Since Judge made his 60th home career of the season on September 20, which was tied by Babe Ruth, Roger Maris Jr. has been there waiting for the young Yankees player to tie the record for his late father. In the past few games, Maris Jr. has sat…

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Blue Jays Fan misses Homer Aaron Judge’s 61 by an inch

Baseball memorabilia can be a hot item at auctions, so as the days go by and Aaron Judge’s chase to capture (and eventually pass) Roger Maris’ MLS record all along, the attention of the lucky fan will end up with the prized ball. In the end, the souvenir didn’t go to anyone. The judge’s historic blast—hit during the seventh inning of Wednesday night’s game against the Blue Jays—fell inches from the front row of the left field at Rogers Center, prompting plenty of stunning reactions from the nearby fans. So…

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Report: Brett Favre Charitable Foundation channeled funds to the athletics federation

A few weeks ago, text messages were released from Brett Favre detailing that he had received social-welfare funding from former Mississippi Governor Phil Bryant to build a new indoor volleyball facility at the University of Southern Mississippi, his alma mater and where his daughter plays. new report released by the athlete Wednesday night detailed that the Favre charitable foundation, Favre 4 Hope, donated more than $130,000 to the NFL around the same time that the former NFL quarterback was working with the state governor to fund a new volleyball center…

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Aaron Judges finishes 61st at home, Roger Maris sets MLS record

It’s been 61 years since Roger Maris captured the baseball world 61 times in 1961. Now, Maris has some company in the pinstripe tradition. Aaron Judge launched his 61st home run of the season on Wednesday against the Blue Jays, tying the Maris to MLS records. The huge blast came in the seventh inning off Tim Meeza, and he passed judge Babe Ruth on the home run list for one season. The judge’s 61st game came in the 155th game for the Yankees and the 151st game for the judge.…

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Connecticut governor’s rules change as teams continue to walk governors

As Aaron Judge’s chase for the home MLS record continues, fans are starting to get frustrated. Not because Judge has yet to hit the 61st dinner of the year—although they certainly are eager for him to do so—but because since he hit level 60, opposing bowlers have stopped throwing pitches for him. Coming into Wednesday, Judge has played seven games without Homer since Babe Ruth’s 60 draw on September 20. In 31 billboard appearances, Judge has walked an amazing 12 times. That included four walks on Tuesday, bringing frustration to…

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Federer explains the story behind an unforgettable photo with Nadal at the Laver Cup

Roger Federer’s tennis career has officially ended after he lost the doubles match alongside rival Rafael Nadal in the 2022 Laver Cup last Friday. The 20-time Grand Slam champion’s post-match gala was touching for everyone at the O2 Arena in London. Federer and Nadal let tears flow after the match, and a viral photo has now been taken of the two opponents-turned-friends holding hands in tears. Federer said in his first interview since his retirement New York timesChristopher Cleary That he saw a picture of him and Nadal, and explained…

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NFL Makes Official Stats Change to Dolphins “Butt Punt”

The NFL is making a change to the stats associated with the Dolphins’ infamous “bot punt” from their 21-19 win against the Bills on Sunday. The league has officially changed its “butt kick” from a prohibited kick by the Bills to a -1 yard kick by Thomas Morstead of Miami. For fantasy players, it’s worth noting that the Bills defense will no longer be credited with a prohibited kick and will lose a point or so, depending on the league’s scoring settings, as a result. The boat came at a…

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Alex Albon prepares for F1 Singapore GP after respiratory failure

Williams Racing Formula 1 driver Alex Albon tweeted that he was “doing everything to prepare for Singapore” after landing in intensive care following an appendectomy. Albon missed the Italian Grand Prix due to his diagnosis, and after surgery on Saturday, September 10, he experienced “complications of postoperative sedation leading to respiratory failure”. Albon was re-intubated and moved to intensive care. By the morning of Sunday, September 11, he was off his ventilator, and Albon was released from the hospital a few days later. He previously shared on social media that…

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