Does Aaron Judge’s 61st home run mean MLB needs to change the record books? | #Greeny

Does aaron judge's 61st home run mean mlb needs to change the record books? | #greeny

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Does Aaron Judge’s 61st home run mean MLB needs to change the history books? | #Greeny

Mike Greenberg weighs in on New York Yankees star Aaron Judge hitting his 61st home run of the season to tie Roger Maris for the most in American League history in a single season.


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1 thought on “Does Aaron Judge’s 61st home run mean MLB needs to change the record books? | #Greeny”

  1. When around half of followers think record is bogus after 20 years you have a problem. When the HR king is not in hall of Fame you got a problem.
    The records of steroid era will be negated at some point but it won’t be until enough people who would complain are no longer around.
    For now I’ll see Hank Aaron as king and let the fans of the wwe players see their guys.
    I don’t blame bonds, or the others. It’s mlbs fault for allowing it.


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