During batting practice ahead of tonight’s contest against the Blue Jays, Yankees outfielder Aaron Judge launched a ball into the Frank’s Red Hot Terrace and it connected perfectly with a television screen, which was destroyed on impact.

Later in the night, Judge hit a 329′ solo shot down the right field line in the bottom of the third and then a three-run 378′ shot to left field, bringing his home run total to 12 through April and two days of May. He became the first rookie in MLB history to hit 12 homers in his team’s first 25 games of a season.

Aaron Hicks and Brett Gardner (2) added long balls of their own, moving the Bronx Bombers’ total to 15 through four games of the current homestand.

 

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