We’re running out of adjectives to describe what Aaron Judge is doing this season.
The Yankees rookie did the unthinkable yet again on Sunday afternoon with the longest home run in Major League Baseball this season.
With the Yankees leading the Orioles, 7-3, in the bottom of the sixth inning, Judge took a 1-1 pitch from Logan Verrett to leftfield for a no-doubt home run that must be seen to be believed.
According to the Yankees’ radio broadcast and official Twitter account, the ball landed a massive 495-feet away.
Judge hit another shot to rightfield in the seventh inning, giving him 21 homers this season. The Yankees pulled away for a 14-3 victory.