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Aaron Judge is already looking past his brand new American League and 'clean' home run record of 62 home runs to the possibility of extending it.
Judge finally surpassed Roger Maris' American League single-season home run record by hitting his 62nd of the season to become the all-time leader against the Texas Rangers on Tuesday night.
But, following Tuesday's doubleheader against the Texas Rangers, Judge said he would like to play in the Yankees final game of the season Wednesday night and possibly push his record to 63 homers.
Yankees superstar Aaron Boone refused to rule out the possibility of home run No. 63
The slugger hit his 62nd home run of the season to become the all-time leader Tuesday night
'Tomorrow I'm hoping to play,' Aaron Judge said during his postgame news conference.
'We got one more game and we'll see what skip has to say about that. But I'm hoping to be in there.'
'Skip', otherwise known as Aaron Boone pulled Judge from the game almost immediately after his home run to start off the second game of the double header.
He took his spot right field in the bottom of the inning before manager Aaron Boone pulled him from the game. Oswaldo Cabrera, who had been at second base, moved to right field and the slugger got another