Yes, Aaron Judge has the spotlight most of the time, but in this past week he proved more than worth it. Not only did he hit two home runs in the series win over the Dodgers, he kept bashing in Seattle, hitting career home run number 100 – the third-fastest player in MLB history to get to that mark. It only took 371 games for Judge to get there. Ryan Howard holds the record, doing so in 325 games. The only other in front of Judge? None other than Judge’s teammate, Gary Sanchez, who only needed 355 games to get to the century mark.
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