Jackie Bradley makes ridiculous catch to rob Aaron Judge of home run

Jackie Bradley makes ridiculous catch to rob Aaron Judge of home run

Jackie Bradley makes ridiculous catch to rob Aaron Judge of home run

New York Yankees outfielder Aaron Judge may be baseball's newest superstar, but his mammoth home run swing was no match for Jackie Bradley Jr. on Sunday night.

"I thought (Sunday) was a big step, " Romine said. He has played solid defense in right field, however. "I was just trying to stay on the fastball and put a good swing on a fastball".

"We had told him yesterday there was a good chance he was going start on Sunday", Joe Girardi said Sunday morning. "Sometimes they fall. Sometimes they don't". If he doesn't turn and take off as soon as the ball leaves the bat, he doesn't make the catch. "For us to win that second game, that was big".

"Sometimes you're not the guy getting a hit".

You will be seeing this play for a while.

. "But I just hit it to the wrong part of the park, and the wrong center fielder". His leadoff double in the top of the 16th would go on to be the winning run when Didi Gregorius slapped a line drive to centerfield. The hit was Dustin Pedroia's RBI single in the sixth, which scored Betts, who three innings earlier had ended the team's scoring drought with his 17th homer of the year. The Yankees slugger bashed home run after home run, caring not for his competition or the Marlins Park roof as he emerged with the title of T-Mobile Home Run Derby champion.

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When the Yankees rolled into New England's living room after the All Star break they were 3 ½ games behind the AL East-leading Red Sox and the deficit will be the same when they open a three-game series against the Twins in Minneapolis on Monday night. "Maybe try to jump start some things, shake things up a little bit (in the lineup)".

NY had not won back-to-back games since a season-high, six-game spurt from June 7-12, going 7-19 before winning Saturday and in the first game Sunday.

Boston (52-41) salvaged a split of its four-game series with NY (47-43) after losing the first game of the doubleheader 3-0 earlier Sunday afternoon.

Judge was in the lineup again for Game 2, batting third and playing right.

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