Video: Aaron Judge Blasting His Way Ever Closer To Maris

The season Aaron Judge is having is one for the ages. With TWO more home runs Tuesday night, not only is he now just four away from Roger Maris's all-time American League single-season mark, but he's also doing something that hasn't been done in nearly 100 years.

With 57 home runs, Judge has 20 more than any other batter in all of baseball (Kyle Schwarber, 37). The last time a player had 20 more HR than second-place was in 1928 — 96 years ago — when none other than Babe Ruth had 23 more homers than Hack Wilson and Jim Bottomley. 

With 20 games remaining, Judge is now on pace to easily smash Maris's record. 

His slugging percentage is now .692. His OPS is 1.105. And with his .310 average and league-leading 123 RBIs, he even has a shot at the triple crown. 

And all this in his walk year. The Yankees inability to sign Judge to an extension before the season is getting more costly by the day. 

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