Who will crush more home runs for the Yankees: Aaron Judge or Giancarlo Stanton?
The Yankees are back and they have a middle lineup that would make any pitcher curl up into the fetal position. Starring in this murderer’s row are two of the best sluggers in the game: Aaron Judge and Giancarlo Stanton. Judge is coming off a historic rookie season where he belted 52 home runs to lead the American League. Stanton was no slouch either, smashing 59 long balls to lead the National League. Who will have more home runs at the end of the season?
Stanton may be the new kid on the block, but New York still belongs to Aaron Judge. The AL MVP runner-up had one of the greatest rookie seasons ever. He knocked out a rookie-record 52 balls on his way to an AL Rookie of the Year award. With one year under his belt, he’s only going to get better.
Judge is going to rule once again. All rise!
See all 52 of Aaron Judge’s rookie record homers
Move over, Judge. There’s a new home run king in the Bronx. Judge may have had a nice season, but Stanton has been knocking out homers for eight seasons. He even led MLB with 59 home runs last year, seven more than Judge.
Pitchers are going to figure out the younger Yankee and he’s going to struggle. Stanton is going to dominate no matter what.
Giancarlo Stanton | 2017 Home Runs [?] [?]
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