Aaron Judge frames history as Empire State Building sparkles in his honor, celebrates with wife after smashing AL Record

Cory Youmans the lucky fan that managed to catch Aaron Judge's 62nd home-run ball.

Aaron Judge with wife Samantha Bracksieck
Aaron Judge with wife Samantha Bracksieck

On Tuesday, the 4th of October 2022. Aaron Judge smashed his 62nd home run against Jesus Tinoco, and surpassed Roger Maris to add the title of “Most home runs hit in a single season.” to his name. While the New York Yankees defeated the Texas Rangers by a margin of 3-2. To join Judge was his beautiful wife Samantha Bracksieck and his parents.

The beautiful couple were seen leaving the Globe Life Field in Arlington, Texas. Aaron and Samantha have been together since 2014 and they were bound in marital vows on the 13th of December 2021 in Maui, Hawaii. The couple never cease to give back to society and Samantha is known to be Aaron’s biggest fan ever since.

Samantha Bracksieck held hand with mother-in-law Patty Judge as Aaron Judge held the press conference in which he confidently said. “It’s a big relief. I think that everyone can sit back down in their seats and watch the ballgame, you know? No, but it’s been a fun ride so far,” Aaron Judge said.

“Getting a chance to do this, with the team we’ve got, the guys surrounding me, the constant support from my family whose been with me through this whole thing … it’s been a great honor.”

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Aaron Judge lights up the Empire State Building

Empire State Building lit up in honor of Aaron Judge
Empire State Building lit up in honor of Aaron Judge

Not only did the New York Yankees celebrate this historic even of Aaron Judge beating Roger Maris and setting the AL Record of most home runs hit in a single season. All of Yankees’ fans, MLB fans, and the whole world are celebrating Aaron Judge going down in the history books of baseball.

To commemorate this auspicious, historic even the Empire State Building lit up in Yankees blue and white colors for 62 seconds on Tuesday night to honor the Yankees legend Aaron Judge, in the same way it lit up on Friday, as Aaron Judge smashed his 61st home run to tie the record with former record holder Roger Maris.

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