Full name is Aaron James Judge… he and his older brother were both adopted… graduated from Linden High School (Calif.) in 2010...Played baseball for three seasons at Fresno State, where he was a three-time All-Conference first team selection and a 2013 All-America honoree… in his three years, hit .346 (201-for-581) with 41 doubles, 17HR and 35SB… won the 2012 TD Ameritrade College Baseball Home Run Derby in Omaha… was named a Louisville Slugger Freshman All-American and the WAC Freshman of the Year in 2011...Played for the Brewster Whitecaps of the Cape Cod League in 2012, earning the team’s Citizenship Award for being a positive team member...For 2022, was named the Sid Mercer/Dick Young New York Player of the Year and selected as the Joe DiMaggio Toast of the Town Award winner, as voted on by the BBWAA…received the awards, along with his 2022 AL Most Valuable Player Award at the BBWAA dinner in New York on 1/28/23...Was named the 2022 Time Magazine "Athlete of the Year."...Was the Yankees’ 2021 Heart and Hustle Award winner, his first team award…the award honors active players who demonstrate a passion for the game of baseball and best embody the values, spirit and traditions of the game...Following the 2021 season, was tabbed the winner of the Sid Mercer/Dick Young New York Player of the Year Award by the New York Chapter of the BBWAA...Represented Major League Baseball in The Real Heroes Project in 2020, a collaborative initiative to recognize and celebrate healthcare workers on the frontlines of the COVID-19 pandemic…other participants include NWSL and USWNT stars Carli Lloyd and Alex Morgan, New Orleans Saints quarterback Drew Brees, NHL all-time great Wayne Gretzky, WWE legend John Cena and MLB All-Star Christian Yelich…was featured on the cover of that week's Adweek for his participation in the project...Has hosted multiple ALL RISE Foundation Baseball ProCamps at Fresno State since 2018...Launched the Aaron Judge ALL RISE Foundation in 2018… ALL RISE inspires children and youth to become responsible citizens by engaging and encouraging them to reach unlimited possibilities… over time, its goal is also to honor those who have had a positive influence on these children, while creating a legacy to continue to guide future generations…the foundation has supported over 2,000 youth in San Joaquin County, Fresno County and the Bronx...Partners with #ICANHELP and the “I Can Help Delete Negativity” initiative to combat toxic behavior on social media by spreading positivity online...Was on the cover of the MLB: The Show video game in 2018… appeared on CONAN and played the game with the late-night talk show host in May 2018...For 2017, was named the Sid Mercer/Dick Young New York Player of the Year and selected as the Joe DiMaggio Toast of the Town Award winner, as voted on by the BBWAA… received the awards, along with his 2017 AL Rookie of the Year Award, at the BBWAA dinner in New York on 1/28/18...Finished three straight seasons (2017-19) with the top-selling jersey among all Major League players… in 2017, became the second rookie ever to wear Baseball’s most popular jersey (also Kris Bryant in 2015)…had the second-best selling jersey in 2020 and seventh-best selling jersey in 2021.
Was named the American League Most Valuable Player after setting an American League record with 62HR and hitting .311/.425/.686 (177-for-570) with 133R, 28 doubles, 131RBI, 111BB and 16SB in 157 games…set career highs in games, batting average, OBP, SLG, OPS, runs scored, doubles, home runs, RBI and stolen bases…was named to his fourth career All-Star team...Was named the AL Hank Aaron Award winner, which recognizes the most outstanding regular season offensive performer in each league…was just the third Yankee to win the award since it was first presented in 1999, joining Derek Jeter (2006, ‘09) and Alex Rodriguez (2007)...Also earned his third career AL Silver Slugger Award (also 2017 and '21)…won two Players Choice Awards from the MLBPA, being named the "AL Outstanding Player" and the "Player of the Year"… was also tabbed the "Player of the Year" by Baseball America and the Sporting News…was named a member of the All-MLB First Team...Was named the Associated Press "Male Athlete of the Year" by a panel of 40 sports writers and editors from news outlets across the country…became the fifth Yankee in franchise to win the award, joining Ron Guidry, Joe DiMaggio, Mickey Mantle and Roger Maris...His Major League-leading 62HR were the most in American League history, surpassing Roger Maris' 61HR in 1961… his 62HR were the seventh-most in a single season in Major League history…was just the fourth Major League player to reach the mark, joining Barry Bonds (73HR in 2001 with San Francisco), Mark McGwire (70HR in 1998 and 65HR in 1999 with St. Louis) and Sammy Sosa (66HR in 1998, 64HR in 2001 and 63HR in 1999 with Chicago-NL)...With his AL-leading 52HR in 2017, became the seventh Yankee to lead the AL in home runs multiple times, joining Babe Ruth (10 times), Mickey Mantle (four times), Lou Gehrig (three times), Alex Rodriguez (twice), Joe DiMaggio (twice) and Wally Pipp (twice)...Was just the 14th Yankee (23rd time) in franchise history to be named the AL MVP…was the first Yankee to win the award since Alex Rodriguez in 2007...Was the ninth Yankee (19th time/18th season) to lead the Majors in home runs (outright or tied)…joined Luke Voit (2020), Alex Rodriguez (2007), Roger Maris (1961), Mickey Mantle (1956), Joe DiMaggio (1937), Lou Gehrig (tied for the lead in 1931 and led in 1934, ‘36), Babe Ruth (led in 1920-21, ‘24, ‘26-29; tied for the lead in 1923 and ‘31) and Wally Pipp (tied for the lead in 1916)...Led the Majors in HR (62), runs scored (133), OBP (.425), SLG (.686), OPS (1.111) and XBH (90), tied for first in RBI (131, first in AL), ranked second in walks (111, first in AL) and intentional walks (19, second in AL), fifth in batting average (.311, second in AL), sixth in multi-hit games (52, fourth in AL) and tied for eighth in hits (177, fifth in AL)…led the Majors in HR by 16HR and the AL by 22HR, led the Majors in runs by 16R and the AL by 30R, led the Majors in OBP by 18 points and the AL by 19 points, led the Majors and the AL in SLG by 73 points, led the Majors and the AL in OPS by 92 points and led the Majors in XBH by 11XBH and the AL by 12XBH…led the AL in RBI by 5RBI and in walks by 24BB...Led the AL in HR and RBI and ranked second in the AL in batting average to Minnesota's Luis Arraez, falling five points shy of the Triple Crown...According to ESPN Stats & Info, was the first player to lead (outright or tied) the Majors in HR, runs scored, extra-base hits and RBI since Mickey Mantle in 1956...Led the Majors in home runs by 16HR, the largest gap to lead the Majors in a single season since Philadelphia- AL's Jimmie Foxx led the Majors in 1932 by 17HR…he led the AL in HR by 22HR, the largest gap by any AL player since Babe Ruth led the AL in 1928 by 27HR...According to FanGraphs, his 11.4 WAR was the highest among all Major League players in 2022...Was just the second Major League player and first Yankee to hit at least 62HR and record at least 16SB in a single season, joining Sammy Sosa (66HR/18SB in 1998 with Chicago-NL)…among the 47 player seasons of 50-or-more home runs in Major League history, his 16SB ranked eighth...Recorded a 1.111 OPS, the highest OPS by a Yankee since Mickey Mantle in 1961 (1.135)…was the highest OPS by any Major League player in a 162-game season since Albert Pujols' 1.114 OPS in 2008...His .686 SLG was the third-highest slugging percentage by a Yankee in the last 86 seasons (since 1937), trailing only Mickey Mantle's .705 SLG in 1956 and his .687 SLG in 1961…was just the seventh Yankee (18th time) to lead the Majors in slugging percentage, joining Babe Ruth (10 times), Lou Gehrig (twice), Mickey Mantle (twice), Alex Rodriguez, Don Mattingly and Joe DiMaggio…his .686 SLG was the highest by any Major League player in a 162-game season since Barry Bonds recorded an .812 SLG in 2004...His Major League-leading 391 total bases were the most by a Yankee in the last 85 seasons (since 1938)… are tied for the 10th-most by a Yankee in franchise history and were the most since Joe DiMaggio recorded 418TB in 1937…his 391TB were the most by an AL player since Alex Rodriguez recorded 393TB in 2001 with Texas…was the first Yankee to lead the Majors in total bases since Don Mattingly did so in 1986 (388TB)...His .425 OBP was the highest by a Yankee since Jorge Posada's .426 OBP in 2007…was just the fifth Yankee (16th time) to lead the Majors in on-base percentage...His 131 RBI were a career high (previous: 114 RBI in 2017) and tied for the most in the Majors…were the fifthmost RBI by a Yankee in the last 74 seasons (since 1949), trailing only Alex Rodriguez (156RBI in 2007), Don Mattingly (145RBI in 1985), Roger Maris (141RBI in 1961) and Tino Martinez (141RBI in 1997)…became the seventh Yankee (14th time) to lead (outright or tied) the Majors in RBI, joining Lou Gehrig (four times), Babe Ruth (four times), Joe DiMaggio (twice), Alex Rodriguez, Don Mattingly and Mickey Mantle…was just the 12th Yankee (21st time) to lead the AL in RBI...Led the Majors in runs scored, becoming the 13th player in franchise history (26th time) to lead the Majors in runs scored…was the first to do so since Curtis Granderson in 2011 (136)…marked the second time in his career he led the AL in runs scored (also 2017)…was just the seventh Yankee to lead the AL in runs scored in multiple seasons, joining Babe Ruth (seven times), Mickey Mantle (five times), Lou Gehrig (four times), Alex Rodriguez (twice), Rickey Henderson (twice) and Snuffy Stirnweiss (twice)...Led the AL in walks for the second time in his career (also 2017)…is one of six Yankees to lead the AL in walks multiple times, joining Babe Ruth (11 times), Mickey Mantle (five times), Lou Gehrig (three times), Jason Giambi (twice) and Charlie Keller (twice)...Recorded a franchise-record 11 multi-HR games: 4/22 vs. Cleveland, 5/1 at Kansas City, 5/17 at Baltimore, 5/23 vs. Baltimore, 6/11 vs. Chicago-NL, 6/22 at Tampa Bay, 7/16 vs. Boston, 7/22 at Baltimore, 7/29 vs. Kansas City, 9/13 at Baltimore and 9/18 at Milwaukee…matched the most by a player in a single season in Major League history, tied with Sammy Sosa (11G in 1998 with Chicago-NL) and Hank Greenberg (11G in 1938 with Detroit)...Made 74 starts in CF and 54 starts in RF…prior to 2022, had made just 24 appearances (22 starts) in center field over his first six seasons…his six outfield assists were the second-most on the team (Oswaldo Cabrera - seven)...His 157 games played led the team…started 55 straight games from 8/5-10/4(G2)…started 73 of the Yankees' final 75 games (7/13-10/5)...Did not make an error in 281 TC in the outfield…his 281 TC were the third-highest among Major League outfielders who did not make an error, trailing only Baltimore's Cedric Mullins (367 TC) and New York-NL's Brandon Nimmo (308 TC)...Since intentional walks were first tracked in 1955, his 19 IBB were the second-most by a Yankee in a single season, trailing only Mickey Mantle’s 23IBB in 1957…was intentionally walked multiple times in three games: 6/10 vs. Chicago-NL, 8/29 at Los Angeles-AL and Game 1 on 9/7 vs. Minnesota…is the only Yankee to record three such games in a single season (since 1955 when IBB were first tracked)...Recorded at least 100R, 50HR and 100RBI in a season for the second time in his career (also 2017)…was just the third Yankee to record multiple such seasons, joining Babe Ruth (four times: 1920-21, ‘27-28) and Mickey Mantle (two times: 1956 and ‘61)...Hit .346/.520/.721 (36-for-104) with six doubles, 11HR, 68RBI, 41BB/19IBB, 2HP and 5SF with RISP…with RISP, led the Majors in OBP and OPS (1.241), ranked third in SLG (second in AL) and eighth in BA (third in AL)… over the last 12 seasons (since 2011), owns the fifth-highest single-season OPS with RISP among batters with 125-or-more such PA in a year (1,504 qualifying batters), trailing only Miguel Cabrera (2013-1.311), Mike Trout (2018-1.304), Nolan Arenado (2017-1.270) and Juan Soto (2021-1.265)…was the highest OPS and OBP with RISP by a Yankee since at least 1974 (min. 125PA)…his .721 SLG was the second-highest by a Yankee since 1974, trailing only Gary Sheffield (.722 in 2005)...Reached base at least two times in a Major League-leading 96 games in 2022…was just the second Yankee since 2007 to record as many such games in a single season (also Derek Jeter - 97G in 2009)...Reached base at least three times in a Major League-leading 50 games in 2022…was just the second Yankee since 2000 to record as many such games in a season (also Alex Rodriguez - 51G in 2005)...Reached base in 134-of-153 starts...Homered against 19-of-20 opponents faced (0HR in 3G at St. Louis from 8/5-7)...The Yankees went 39-12 in games he homered...25 of his 62HR either tied the game (six) or gave the club the lead (19)...Recorded four "walk-off" hits, including his first career "walk-off" home runs: "walk-off" HR in the ninth on 5/10 vs. Toronto, "walk-off" single in the ninth on 6/23 vs. Houston, "walk-off" HR in the 10th on 6/26 vs. Houston and "walk-off" HR in the ninth on 7/28 vs. Kansas City…his three “walk-off” home runs were tied with Mickey Mantle (three in 1959) for the most by a Yankee in a single season…according to Elias, his four “walk-off” RBI hits were tied with Dave Winfield (1985) and Claudell Washington (1988) for the most “walk-off” RBI hits by a Yankees player in a season since 1920 (first year RBIs were officially recorded)...Recorded four leadoff home runs, the first of his career: 6/4 vs. Detroit, 6/11 vs. Chicago-NL, 9/4 at Tampa Bay and Game 2 on 10/4 at Texas...Hit .322/.436/.706 (140-for-435) with 23 doubles, 48HR, 85BB and 5HP vs. right-handed pitchers...Recorded at least 2H and 1HR in 35 games…according to Elias, his 35 such games are the most such games in a single season in franchise history...Was named the AL "Player of the Month" for May, July and September…since the award was established in 1974, he is the only Yankee to win the award three times in a single season...Hit .361/.511/.811 (86-for-238) with 64R, 14 doubles, 31HR, 65RBI, 68BB/13IBB, 6HBP, 1SF and 8SB in his final 70 games (7/16-10/4-G2)…reached base multiple times in 52 of those 70 games...Homered in consecutive games 11 times (4G from 9/3-7-G1; 3G from 4/28-5/1 and 7/28-30; 2G from 5/12-13, 6/3-4, 7/21(G2)-22, 7/24-26, 8/10-12, 8/22-23, 8/29-30 and 9/18-20)...Homered in the same game as Giancarlo Stanton 12 times…the Yankees went 11-1 in those games...Recorded at least three RBI in 21 games, joining Alex Rodriguez (24 in 2007) as the only Yankees to record as many such games in the last 85 years (since 1938)...His 30HR at Yankee Stadium were tied with Lou Gehrig (30HR in 1934) and Roger Maris (30HR in 1961) for the third-most HR by a Yankee at home in a single season in franchise history…trailed his own 33HR at home in 2017 and Babe Ruth’s 32HR at home in 1921...His 32HR on the road were tied with David Ortiz (2006), Mark McGwire (1998) and Babe Ruth (1927) for the second-most HR by a player on the road in a single season, trailing only Barry Bonds' 36HR in 2001...Was named the AL "Player of the Week" three times (7/18-24, 7/25-31 and 9/26-10/5)…since the award was established in 1974, was just the third Yankee to win the award three times in a season, joining Alex Rodriguez (three in 2007) and Reggie Jackson (three in 1980)...Hit just 1HR in his first 13 games from 4/8-21 (HR on 4/13 vs. Toronto)...Hit a solo HR in the eighth inning on his birthday on 4/26 vs. Baltimore…marked the second time that he homered on his birthday (also a two-run HR on 4/26/17 at Boston)...Hit eight HR over a 10-game span from 4/22-5/3, with the Yankees winning each of those games…according to Elias, was just the third player in franchise history (fourth time) to hit eight HR over a 10-game span when the Yankees won all 10 games, joining Babe Ruth (1920, ‘26) and Tino Martinez (2005)...Was named the AL “Player of the Month” for May after hitting .311/.378/.699 (32-for-103) with 25R, four doubles, 12HR, 25RBI, 13BB, 3SF and 2SB in 27 games…marked his first monthly award since September 2017...Hit a “walk-off” three-run HR in the ninth on 5/10 vs. Toronto, his first career "walk-off" HR…had hit 167HR in his career before hitting his first “walk-off” HR, the third-most HR by a Yankee prior to hitting his first “walk-off” HR with the club (Lou Gehrig-260HR, Mark Teixeira-205HR) - credit: Elias…marked his third career “walk-off” plate appearance and his second career “walk-off” hit (had a “walk-off” walk in the ninth on 5/23/21 vs. Chicago-AL and a “walk-off” single on 10/3/21 vs. Tampa Bay)…marked his 10th home run of the season… was the first player in the Majors to reach double-digit home runs…according to Elias, was the first Yankees player since Alex Rodriguez in 2007 to be the first player in the Majors to reach 10HR...Hit his 20th HR of the season on 6/3 vs. Detroit, becoming the first player in the Majors to reach 20 home runs…according to Elias, it marked the second time Judge was the Majors’ first player to reach 20 homers in a season, also doing so in his rookie season in 2017…the only other players in Yankees history to do this twice were Babe Ruth (seven times), Joe DiMaggio (twice) and Mickey Mantle (twice)...Hit a “walk-off” single in the ninth inning on 6/23 vs. Houston…marked his fourth career “walk-off” plate appearance and third career “walk-off” hit...Was named the AL “Player of the Month” for July after hitting .333/.446/.806 (31-for-93) with 25R, five doubles, 13HR, 32RBI, 17BB, 2HP and 5SB in 25 games…during the month of July, led the Majors in HR and RBI, ranked second in extra-base hits (18, first in AL), third in SLG (second in AL) and OPS (1.253, second in AL), tied for fifth in walks (tied for third in AL) and eighth in OBP (third in AL)…his 32RBI matched his most in a single calendar month in his career (also 32RBI in September 2017) and his 13HR were his second-most HR in a single calendar month (15HR in September 2017)...Hit a grand slam in the eighth inning on 7/6 at Pittsburgh…marked his third career grand slam…with Aaron Hicks also hitting a grand slam, it marked just the fifth time in franchise history the Yankees have hit multiple grand slams in a single game…was one of three grand slams hit by the club over a two-game span from 7/6-7…according to Elias, it marked the ninth time in Major League history a team has hit three grand slams over a two-game span...His 12HR in 14G from 7/14-30 and 7/16-8/1 marked the most by a Yankee in a 14-game span in franchise history…his 13HR in a 16G span from 7/14-8/1 matched the most by a Yankee in a 16G span (also Alex Rodriguez - three times)...Recorded three multi-HR games in an 11-game span from 7/16-29...Hit a Major League-leading 33HR prior to the All-Star break, tied with Roger Maris for the most HR by a Yankee prior to the All-Star break (33HR in 1961)…marked the second time he hit at least 30HR prior to the All-Star break (also 30HR in 2017), becoming the first Yankee in franchise history to accomplish the feat…became just the sixth player in Major League history and the third player in the AL to record 30HR before the All-Star break at least two times, joining Mark McGwire (4x - 1987, ‘97-98, 2000), Ken Griffey Jr. (3x - 1994, ‘97-98), Barry Bonds (2x - 2001, ‘03), Sammy Sosa (2x - 1998-99) and Willie Stargell (2x - 1971, ‘73)…hit at least 20HR prior to the break for the fourth time in his career, becoming just the second player in Yankees history to record four such seasons, joining Mickey Mantle (6)...His 70RBI entering the All-Star break were the most by a Yankee since Alex Rodriguez’s 70RBI at the 2010 break...Was named to his fourth career All-Star team (also 2017-18, ‘21) after leading the Majors with 3,762,498 total votes during Phase 1 of All-Star voting…was the first Yankees player to lead the Majors in voting since Alex Rodriguez in 2008…marked his fourth starting assignment in the Midsummer Classic...Was just the seventh Yankees outfielder to start four All-Star Games, joining Mickey Mantle (13), Joe DiMaggio (9), Dave Winfield (7), Roger Maris (5), Rickey Henderson (4) and Bobby Murcer (4)...Was the eighth player in Yankees history to earn at least four fan elections, joining Hall of Famer Derek Jeter (9), Hall of Famer Dave Winfield (7), Alex Rodriguez (6), Hall of Famer Wade Boggs (4), Robinson Canó (4), Hall of Famer Rickey Henderson (4) and Hall of Famer Reggie Jackson (4)…is the fourth Yankees outfielder to do so...With OF Giancarlo Stanton also being elected to the game by the fans, they became the first pair of Yankees outfielders to earn fan-elected starts together since Hall of Famers Dave Winfield and Rickey Henderson in 1988...Started in RF for the All-Star Game in Los Angeles and went 0-for-2...Hit a “walk-off” solo HR in the ninth in the Yankees' 1-0 win on 7/28 vs. Kansas City… according to Elias, he was just the third player in franchise history to hit a "walk-off" HR in a 1-0 victory, joining Joe Pepitone on 5/18/69 vs. California-Game 2 and Ruben Sierra on 7/22/04 vs. Toronto...Tied his career high with six RBI on 7/29 vs. Kansas City, hitting a two-run HR in the third inning and his fourth career grand slam in the eighth…his grand slam in the eighth was his second of the year and the fourth of his career (also 7/6/22 at Pittsburgh, 4/30/21 vs. Detroit and 5/28/17 vs. Oakland)...Hit the 200th HR of his career on 7/30 vs. Kansas City…accomplished the feat in his 671st career game, becoming the second-fastest player in Major League history to reach the mark…trailed only Ryan Howard (reached the mark in 658)…was just the fourth player to be drafted and signed by the Yankees and hit 200HR with the club… joined Jorge Posada (275HR, 1990), Derek Jeter (260HR, 1992) and Don Mattingly (222HR, 1979)...According to ESPN Stats & Information, was the first Major League player to reach 40HR before August since Barry Bonds and Luis Gonzalez both did so in 2001…was just the third Yankee in franchise history to do so, joining Babe Ruth (1928) and Roger Maris (1961)...After not homering in a season-high nine straight games from 8/13-21, hit nine HR in his next 14 games from 8/22-9/7(G1)...Hit his 50th HR of the season in his 125th game on 8/29 at Los Angeles-AL…according to Elias, matched Babe Ruth (125 games in 1921) for the second-fewest games to reach 50HR in a season in franchise history, trailing only Roger Maris (124 games in 1961)…marked the second time in his career he hit at least 50HR in a season (also 52HR in 2017)…was just the 10th player in Major League history to record multiple 50HR seasons, joining Sammy Sosa (four seasons: 1998-2001), Mark McGwire (four: 1996-99), Babe Ruth (four: 1920-21, ‘27-28), Alex Rodriguez (three: 2001-02, ‘07), Ken Griffey Jr. (two: 1997-98), Mickey Mantle (two: 1956, ‘61), Willie Mays (two: 1955, ‘65), Ralph Kiner (two: 1947, ‘49) and Jimmie Foxx (two: 1932, ‘38)…joined Ruth and Mantle as the only Yankees to accomplish the feat...Finished the season with a career-high 33-game on-base streak (8/29-10/4-G2)…was the longest on-base streak in the AL and the third-longest on-base streak in the Majors in 2022, trailing only St. Louis’ Paul Goldschmidt (46G from 4/22-6/10) and Colorado’s Connor Joe (35G from 4/29-6/9)…reached base multiple times in 25 of those 33 games, batting .385/.541/.817 (42-for-109) with 32R, eight doubles, 13HR, 22RBI, 37BB/10IBB, one HBP, 1one SF and two SB in that span...Was named the AL “Player of the Month” for September after batting .417/.565/.869 (35-for-84) with 26R, eight doubles, 10HR, 17RBI, 30BB/8IBB and one SB in 25 games…during the month of September, he led the Majors in batting average, OBP, SLG, OPS (1.434), runs scored and walks and tied for the Major League lead in HR… also ranked second in intentional walks (second in AL) and tied for second in XBH (18, tied for second in AL)… his 1.434 OPS was the second-highest by a Yankee in a single calendar month (min. 75PA) in the last 85 years (since 1938), trailing only Jason Giambi’s 1.498 OPS in July 2005…his .565 OBP was the highest by a Yankee (min. 75PA) in a single calendar month since Babe Ruth’s .580 OBP in August 1932…his .869 SLG was the sixth-highest by a Yankee (min. 75 PA) in the last 85 years (since 1938), trailing only Jason Giambi’s .974 SLG in July 2005, his own .889 SLG in September 2017, Alex Rodriguez’s .882 SLG in April 2007, Mickey Mantle’s .879 SLG in May 1956 and Glenallen Hill’s .877 SLG in August 2000…his .417 BA was the highest by a Yankee in a single calendar month (min. 75PA) since Derek Jeter’s .425 BA in July 2003...Hit his 52nd HR of the season on 9/3 at Tampa Bay…with 52HR in 2017, became just the seventh player in Major League history to hit at least 52HR in multiple seasons, joining Mark McGwire (four seasons: 1996-99), Babe Ruth (four: 1920-21, ‘27-28), Alex Rodriguez (three: 2001-02, ‘07), Sammy Sosa (three: 1998-99, 2001), Ken Griffey Jr. (two: 1997-98) and Mickey Mantle (two: 1956, ‘61)…joined Ruth and Mantle as the only Yankees to accomplish the feat…is the only player in Major League history to record 52HR in multiple seasons within his first seven Major League seasons...Reached base at least three times in a career-high seven straight games from 9/4-10…was the longest such streak by a Yankee since Mickey Mantle’s seven-game streak from 6/10-16/57…was just the seventh Yankee (ninth time) to reach base at least three times in at least seven straight games, joining Lou Gehrig (9G in 1937 and 7G in 1936), Babe Ruth (8G in 1920 and 7G in 1921), Mickey Mantle (7G in 1957), Frank Crosetti (7G in 1939), Joe DiMaggio (7G in 1939) and Tommy Henrich (7G in 1938)...Was intentionally walked in three straight games from 9/7(G1)-8…according to Elias, was just the fourth Yankee in the last 40 years to be intentionally walked in three straight games, joining Robinson Canó (2012), Raúl Mondesi (2003) and Don Mattingly (1993)...His home run in Game 1 on 9/7 vs. Minnesota marked his 114th career home run at Yankee Stadium, surpassing Mark Teixeira (113HR) for the most at the current Yankee Stadium...Led the Majors in home runs by 20HR on 9/13…according to Elias, it marked the first time a player finished a calendar day with a 20HR lead since the final day of the 1928 season when Babe Ruth led Jim Bottomley and Hack Wilson by 23HR...Hit his 60th HR of the season on 9/20 vs. Pittsburgh, a solo HR in the ninth inning…became just the sixth player in Major League history (ninth time) to hit at least 60 home runs in a single season, joining Barry Bonds (73HR in 2001 with San Francisco), Mark McGwire (70HR in 1998 and 65HR in 1999 with St. Louis), Sammy Sosa (66HR in 1998, 64HR in 2001 and 63HR in 1999 with Chicago-NL), Roger Maris (61HR in 1961 with the Yankees) and Babe Ruth (60HR in 1927 with the Yankees)...Hit his 61st HR of the season on 9/28 at Toronto, tying Roger Maris (61HR in 1961) for the most HR in a single season in American League history…the HR came in the seventh inning off Tim Mayza...Hit his 62nd HR of the season with a leadoff HR off Jesús Tinoco in Game 2 on 10/4 at Texas…the HR surpassed Roger Maris (61HR in 1961) for the most HR in American League history…were the seventh-most in a single season in Major League history…was just the fourth Major League player to reach the mark, joining Barry Bonds (73HR in 2001 with San Francisco), Mark McGwire (70HR in 1998 and 65HR in 1999 with St. Louis) and Sammy Sosa (66HR in 1998, 64HR in 2001 and 63HR in 1999 with Chicago-NL)...Hit .139/.184/.306 (5-for-36) with 5R, 2HR, 3RBI, 2BB and 1SB in the Yankees' nine postseason games…hit .200/.238/.500 (4-for-20) with 4R, 2HR, 3RBI and 1BB in the ALDS…homered in ALDS Game 5 vs. Cleveland, marking his Major League-record fourth career HR in a "winner-take-all" game…marked his 13th career postseason HR, surpassing Yogi Berra (12HR) and Reggie Jackson (12HR) for the fifth-most HR in franchise history in the postseason…trails only Bernie Williams (22HR), Derek Jeter (20HR), Mickey Mantle (18HR) and Babe Ruth (15HR)...Signed a nine-year Major League contract with the Yankees extending through the 2031 season on 12/20...Was named the team captain on 12/21, becoming the 16th player to receive the honor in franchise history, and just the second since 1996…joins Derek Jeter, Don Mattingly, Ron Guidry, Willie Randolph, Graig Nettles, Thurman Munson, Lou Gehrig, Babe Ruth, Roger Peckinpaugh, Rollie Zeider, Frank Chance, Hal Chase, Willie Keeler, Norman "Kid" Elberfeld and Clark Griffith.
Batted .287/.373/.544 (158-for-550) with 89R, 24 doubles, 39HR, 98RBI, 75BB and 6SB in 148 games…set a career high in hits and tied his career high in doubles (also 24 doubles in 2017)…his 89R, 39HR, 98RBI and 148 games played were his second-highest totals in a single season (128R, 52HR and 114RBI in 155 games in 2017)...Finished fourth in AL MVP Voting with 171 points, trailing Los Angeles-AL's Shohei Ohtani (first place with 420 points), Toronto's Vladimir Guerrero Jr. (second place with 269 points) and Marcus Semien (third place with 232 points)...His 39HR were tied for the sixth-most in the Majors and fifth-most in the AL…his .544SLG and .916 OPS ranked fourth in the AL and ninth in the Majors…also ranked fourth in the AL with his .373 OBP...With Giancarlo Stanton's 35HR and Judge's 39HR, marked the first time the Yankees had two players hit at least 35HR in a single season since 2011 when Curtis Granderson (41HR) and Mark Teixeira (39HR) accomplished the feat...Recorded six multi-HR games: 4/14 at Toronto, 4/30 vs. Detroit, 5/14 at Baltimore, 8/12 at Chicago-AL in Iowa, 9/11 at the Mets and 9/30 at Toronto…his six multi-HR games were tied with teammate Joey Gallo, Washington/ Boston's Kyle Schwarber and Kansas City's Salvador Perez for the most in the Majors...Reached base multiple times in 80-of-148 games, the most by a Yankee in 2021…were tied for the fourth-most in the AL and tied for the ninth-most in the Majors...Reached base three-or-more times in 33 games, tied for the fifth-most games in the Majors…trailed only Washington's Juan Soto (51G), Toronto's Vladimir Guerrero Jr. (47G), Philadelphia's Bryce Harper (41G) and Atlanta's Freddie Freeman (40G)...His team-leading 50 multi-hit games were the seventh-most in the Majors...Batted .331/.425/.559 (39-for-118) with 6 doubles, 7HR, 56RBI, 22BB/2IBB, 1HP and 5SF with RISP...Hit .314/.394/.625 (88-for-280) with 49R, 15 doubles, 24HR, 57RBI and 36BB in 74 road games…his .314BA on the road was the sixth-highest in the Majors...Hit .306/.385/.622 (60-for-196) with 34R, 11 doubles, 17HR, 47RBI, 27BB/1IBB, 3SF and 4SB over his final 53 games of the season (8/7-10/3)…reached base in 43 games in that span...His 148 games played were the second-most by a Yankee in 2021 (DJ LeMahieu-150G)...15 of his final 32 home runs and 17 of his 39HR either tied the game (four) or gave the Yankees the lead (13)...His 10 game-tying or go-ahead hits in the eighth inning or later were the most in the Majors...Made 21 of his 22 career starts in CF in 2021…also started in CF on 3/31/18 at Toronto…made just 11 minor league appearances (eight starts) in CF (3G/GS in 2016, 8G/5GS in 2015)...Hit nine of his 39HR off the Orioles…was one of five players in the Majors to hit at least 9HR vs. a single opponent, joining Toronto’s Vladimir Guerrero Jr. (12HR vs. Baltimore), Washington/Boston's Kyle Schwarber (9HR vs. the Mets), San Diego's Fernando Tatis Jr. (9HR vs. Los Angeles-NL) and Cincinnati’s Joey Votto (9HR vs. Chicago-NL)...Was named to his third career All-Star team (also 2017-18), his third as a fan-elected starter…is one of five position players drafted by the Yankees to make the All-Star team multiple times as a Yankee (also Thurman Munson, Don Mattingly, Derek Jeter and Jorge Posada)…is the fifth Yankees outfielder to win at least three fan elections, joining Hall of Famers Dave Winfield (7), Rickey Henderson (4) and Reggie Jackson (4), as well as Bobby Murcer (3)...Hit 21HR prior to the All-Star break, marking the third time in his career he has hit 20HR prior to the All-Star break (also hit 30HR in 2017 and 25HR in 2018 prior to the break)…according to Elias, was the sixth player in Yankees history with three such seasons, joining Mickey Mantle (6), Jason Giambi (3), Roger Maris (3), Alex Rodriguez (3) and Mark Teixeira (3)...Homered in back-to-back games six times: 3G from 5/14-16 and 2G from 4/5-6, 6/29-7/3, 8/12-14, 8/27-28 and 9/13-14...Recorded his 200th career extra-base hit with a solo HR on 4/27 at Baltimore…the hit came in his 445th Major League game, tying Alfonso Soriano for the fourth-fewest games any Yankee has needed from the start of his MLB career to reach 200XBH, trailing only Joe DiMaggio (312), Lou Gehrig (375) and Bob Meusel (416)—credit: Elias...Recorded his 12th career multi-HR game and his second of the season on 4/30 vs. Detroit…hit a solo HR in the third inning that traveled 436 ft. according to Statcast and his second career grand slam in the fourth inning (also 5/28/17 vs. Oakland)…marked his 73rd and 74th career home runs at Yankee Stadium, surpassing Alex Rodriguez (72) and Brett Gardner (73 at the time) for the third-most HR at the Stadium…set a season high with 5RBI (later matched on 8/12 at Chicago-AL in Iowa)...Was 0-for-5 with 5K on 5/5 vs. Houston…marked his second career 5K game (also 6/4/18-G2 at Detroit)...Recorded a 16-game on-base streak from 5/8-25, his longest such streak since a 16-game streak from 7/7- 26/18…batted .434/.531/.736 (23-for-53) with 12R, 1 double, 5HR, 8RBI, 10BB and 1HP over that span…reached base multiple times in 12 of those 16 games...Was named the AL “Player of the Week” from 5/10-16 after hitting .571/.640/1.333 (12-for-21) with 8R, 1 double, 5HR, 6RBI, 3BB and 1HP in six games…led the Majors in home runs, SLG and OPS (1.973)…tied for the Major League lead in OBP (first in AL) and extra-base hits (6), ranked second in BA (first in AL) and tied for second in hits (first in AL)…marked his fourth career weekly honor and first since 7/27-8/2/20...In 29 games from 5/11-6/10, hit .340/.434/.612 (35-for-103) with 23R, 4 doubles, 8HR, 17RBI and 17BB in 29 games...Homered in a season-high three straight games from 5/14-16, the sixth time in his career he has homered in at least three straight games…his three-game HR streak matched the second-longest such streak of his career…was his longest streak since a career-high five-game home run streak from 7/29-8/2/20...Hit his 130th career home run on 5/15 at Baltimore, surpassing Brett Gardner (129HR at the time) for the fourth-most HR hit as a member of the Yankees among players drafted by the organization…trails only Jorge Posada (275HR, 1990), Derek Jeter (260HR, 1992) and Don Mattingly (222HR, 1979)...Recorded a pinch-hit RBI single in the seventh inning on 5/20 at Texas…marked his first career pinch hit (previously 0-for-10, 3BB, 7K)...Recorded a “walk-off” walk on 5/23 vs. Chicago-AL (1-for-3, 1R, 2BB), his first career “walk-off” plate appearance… was the first “walk-off” walk by a Yankee since Juan Miranda on 9/26/10 vs. Boston...Did not play on 6/13 at Philadelphia due to back spasms...Reached base a career-high-tying five times on 6/24 vs. Kansas City (third time, also 6/11/17 vs. Baltimore and 9/4/17 at Baltimore), going 3-for-3 with 3R, 1 double, 1HR, 2RBI and 2BB…was the first Yankee to reach base five times in a game since Giancarlo Stanton on 9/27/19 at Texas...Played in his 500th career game on 7/3 vs. New York-NL, hitting a solo HR in the sixth inning…his 138 career home runs through 500 career games were the second-most in Major League history by a player through 500 games, trailing only Ryan Howard’s 153HR...Stole his first base of the season on 7/6 vs. Seattle, his first stolen base since 8/26/19 at Seattle...Recorded his 500th career hit with a ninth-inning double on 7/9 at Houston…according to STATS, he became the second-fastest Yankee (first 506 games) to collect 500H and 100HR in his career, trailing only Joe DiMaggio (first 395 games)...Hit a game-winning solo HR in the Yankees’ 1-0 win on 7/10 at Houston…marked the first time the Yankees have won a game by a score of 1-0 in which the only run came via a solo HR since 5/25/10 at Minnesota (Derek Jeter HR in the sixth)...Played in his third career All-Star Game on 7/13 at Coors Field (also 2017-18), recording a walk and scoring the AL’s first run in the second inning (0-for-2)…started the game in RF and batted cleanup…was the 16th Yankee in franchise history to bat cleanup in the starting lineup of an All-Star Game (33rd time)…was the first since Mark Teixeira in the 2009 Midsummer Classic...Was placed on the COVID-19 injured list on 7/16…missed nine team games…was reinstated on 7/27...Hit a go-ahead RBI single in the 10th inning on 7/28 at Tampa Bay (1-for-3, 1RBI) after entering the game as a pinch hitter in the fifth and remaining in the game in RF…marked his third career hit that gave the Yankees the lead in extra innings (first since a go-ahead solo HR in the 11th inning on 7/5/19 at Tampa Bay)...In 26 games from 8/7-9/4, hit .381/.465/.711 (37-for-97) with 17R, 8 doubles, 8HR, 24RBI, 16BB and 4SB in that span…ranked second in the Majors in BA and OBP and third in SLG and OPS (1.176) during that stretch...Reached base in a season-high 20 straight games from 8/7-28, batting .384/.477/.753 (28-for-73) with 15R, 6 doubles, 7HR, 21RBI, 14BB/1IBB, 4SB and 1SF over that span…was the fourth-longest on-base streak of his career, trailing a 32-game streak (5/28-6/30/17), 26-game streak (9/3/17-3/29/18) and a 21-game streak (4/1-26/18)...Reached base at least three times in four straight games from 8/12-16, the longest streak by a Yankee since he did so in four straight games from 6/25-30/19…reached base in 12-of-19 plate appearances in that span (7H, 5BB)...Recorded his fourth multi-HR game of the season and tied his season high with 5RBI on 8/12 in the “Field of Dreams” game at Chicago-AL in Iowa…hit a go-ahead, three-run HR in the third inning and a two-run HR in the ninth...Was 3-for-4 with 2R, 1 double, 1HR and 4RBI on 8/14 at Chicago-AL, hitting a go-ahead solo HR in the eighth inning and a go-ahead RBI single in the 10th inning…marked his fourth career hit in extra innings that either tied the game or gave the Yankees the lead (second of the season, also go-ahead RBI single in the 10th inning on 7/28 at Tampa Bay)...With 5RBI on 8/12 at Chicago-AL in Iowa and 4RBI on 8/14 at Chicago-AL, was the first Yankee to record at least 4RBI in back-to-back games since Gio Urshela from 8/7-8/19 (also 2G)…drove in nine of the Yankees’ 20R during their series against the White Sox from 8/12-15...Stole a base in back-to-back games from 8/17-18 for the first time in his career...Hit .306/.363/.611 (44-for-144) with 24R, 8 doubles, 12HR, 33RBI and 14BB in his final 38 games of the season (8/23-10/3)...Recorded multiple hits in a career-high five straight games from 8/23-28. 140 ...Hit a go-ahead RBI single in the ninth inning on 8/26 at Oakland, marking his sixth career hit that put the Yankees in the lead in the ninth inning or later and his third hit of the season (also a go-ahead RBI single in the 10th inning on 8/14 at Chicago-AL and a go-ahead RBI single in the 10th inning on 7/28 at Tampa Bay)...Judge and Giancarlo Stanton both hit 10HR in September, the most by a Yankee in a single calendar month since Luke Voit hit 11HR in August 2020…it marked the ninth time in franchise history the Yankees had two players hit double-digit home runs in a single calendar month: Curtis Granderson (10HR) and Mark Teixeira (10HR) in May 2011, Joe Pepitone (10HR) and Mickey Mantle (10HR) in July 1966, Roger Maris (13HR) and Mickey Mantle (14HR) in July 1961, Roger Maris (15HR) and Mickey Mantle (11HR) in June 1961, Roger Maris (14HR) and Mickey Mantle (12HR) in June 1960, Hank Bauer (10HR) and Mickey Mantle (16HR) in May 1956, Lou Gehrig (11HR) and Babe Ruth (10HR) in July 1931, and Lou Gehrig (10HR) and Babe Ruth (15HR) in June 1930...Hit 5HR in a seven-game span from 9/11-17 and hit 9HR in his final 21 games from 9/11-10/3...Hit a game-tying, three-run HR in the eighth inning on 9/13 vs. Minnesota…marked his 12th career HR (third of the season) that either tied the game (four) or gave the Yankees the lead (eight) in the eighth inning or later (also hit a go-ahead solo HR in the eighth on 8/14 at Chicago-AL and a game-tying, two-run HR in the eighth on 9/11 at New York-NL)…marked his 83rd career HR at home, surpassing Robinson Canó (82) for the second-most HR at the current Yankee Stadium...Hit a “walk-off” single in the ninth inning on 10/3 vs. Tampa Bay, clinching the Yankees postseason berth…marked his first career “walk-off” hit and his second career “walk-off” plate appearance (also a bases-loaded, “walk-off” walk in the ninth inning on 5/23/21 vs. Chicago-AL)...Was 1-for-4 in the AL Wild Card Game at Boston.
Hit .257/.336/.554 (26-for-101) with 23R, three doubles, 9HR and 22RBI in 28 games with the Yankees...In nine home games, batted .290 (9-for-31) with 9R, two doubles, 5HR, 10RBI and 7BB…seven of his nine hits went for extra bases…collected at least one extra-base hit in each of his six home games with a hit...Was named AL “Player of the Week” for the period from 7/27-8/2…hit .368/.478/1.316 (7-for-19) with nine R, six HR, 13RBI, two BB and two HP during the week, homering in each of his five games played…was his third career AL “Player of the Week” honor and first since Sept. 2017…was the first Yankee to win the award since DJ LeMahieu in July 2019...Homered in a career-high five straight games from 7/29-8/2 (6HR)…was the 10th Yankee to homer in at least five straight games and first to do so since Alex Rodriguez from 9/4-9/07 (also five straight)…only Don Mattingly (eight straight from 7/8-18/87), Roger Maris (six from 8/11-16/61) and Lou Gehrig (six from 8/28-9/1-31) had longer home run streaks for the Yankees...With Voit homering in five straight games from 8/17-26, became the sixth set of teammates since 1901 to each have five-game home runs streaks in the same season…join the 1954 Indians (Al Rosen and Larry Doby, 5 each), 1983 White Sox (Greg Luzinski and Ron Kittle, 5 each), 2003 Rangers (Carl Everett and Alex Rodriguez, 5 each), 2006 Pirates (Jason Bay, 6 and Jose Castillo, 5) and 2019 Astros (Jose Altuve and Yuli Gurriel, 5 each)—credit: YES Network...Hit a game-winning, three-run HR in the ninth inning and went 1-for-4 with two R and one HP in 7/30 win at Baltimore… was his third career game-tying or go-ahead HR in the ninth inning or later (also 6/6/18 at Toronto: two-run go-ahead HR in the top of the 13th and 7/5/19 at Tampa Bay: go-ahead solo HR in the top of the 11th)...Hit a go-ahead three-run HR in the second inning and a game-winning two-run HR in the eighth inning on 8/2 vs. Boston (2-for-4, 2R, 2HR, 5RBI, 1BB), homering in his career-high fifth straight game…was his 10th career multi-HR game and first since 7/5/19 at Tampa Bay…was his sixth career multi-HR game at Yankee Stadium (first since 9/25/17 vs. Kansas City)…marked his second career game with at least 5RBI (also 6RBI on 9/14/17 vs. Baltimore)…his homer in the eighth was his fifth go-ahead HR of the season, becoming the first player in Major League history to hit five go-ahead home runs in his team’s first eight games of a season according to STATS...Hit his seventh homer in Game 1 on 8/5 at Philadelphia (his 10th game), matching Alex Rodriguez (2007) for most by a Yankee through the team’s first 10 games of a season in franchise history...Hit his ninth home run of the season on 8/11 vs. Atlanta in the Yankees’ 17th game of the season…became the fourth Yankee in franchise history to hit at least 9HR through the team’s first 17 games, joining Alex Rodriguez (12 in 2007), Graig Nettles (10 in 1974) and Mickey Mantle (9 in 1956)…collected his 20th RBI on the homer, the fifth-most by a Yankee through the team’s first 17 games since 1989 behind only Alex Rodriguez (31 in 2007), Bernie Williams (21 in 2000), Nick Swisher (21 in 2012) and Tino Martinez (21 in 1998)...Was placed on the 10-day injured list with a right calf strain on 8/14 (retroactive to 8/12)…at the time of his placement on the IL (8/14), led the Majors in HR (9) and slugging pct. (.758), was tied for first in RBI (20), tied for fourth in runs (16), ranked fifth in OPS (1.101) and was tied for eighth in extra-base hits (11)...Was reinstated from the 10-day injured list on 8/25 (missed eight team games)…in his first appearance back from the I.L. in Game 2 on 8/26 at Atlanta, went 1-for-3 before being removed defensively in the sixth...Was placed back on the 10-day injured list on 8/28 (retroactive to 8/27) with a right calf strain and reinstated on 9/16 (missed 21 team games)... Hit a game-tying RBI single in the eighth inning on 9/25 vs. Miami…was his third game-tying or go-ahead hit in the eighth inning or later in 2020 (also a go-ahead three-run HR in the ninth inning on 7/30 at Baltimore and a two-run go-ahead HR in the eighth inning on 8/2 vs. Boston)…his double in the third inning was his first extra-base hit overall since a solo HR on 8/11 vs. Atlanta...Hit .133 (4-for-30) with three R, three HR, five RBI and four BB in seven postseason games…each of his three HR gave the Yankees the lead...Hit a two-run HR in the first inning of ALWCS Game 1 at Cleveland…was his ninth career postseason home run (in his 28th postseason game), tied for the most home runs by a Yankee through his first 28 postseason games (also 9HR by Mickey Mantle and Lou Gehrig)…at the time, were also tied for the fifth-most by a player in Major League history through his first 28 postseason games, trailing only Carlos Beltrán (13HR), Nelson Cruz (12HR), George Springer (10HR) and Duke Snider (10HR)...Hit his 10th career postseason HR in ALDS Game 1 (his 30th career postseason game), tying Lou Gehrig, Hideki Matsui, Paul O’Neill and Alex Rodriguez for eighth place on the Yankees’ all-time list…his 10HR are tied with Lou Gehrig for the most by a Yankee through his first 30 career postseason games…are also tied for the third-most by any player in his first 30 career postseason games in Major League history, trailing only Carlos Beltrán (14HR) and Nelson Cruz (13HR)...His solo HR drove in the Yankees’ only run in ALDS Game 5 at Tampa Bay at Petco Park…was his 11th career postseason HR, tying Jorge Posada for seventh place on the Yankees’ all-time list…came in his 34th career playoff game, tying Mickey Mantle for most by a Yankee through 34 postseason games in franchise history…are tied for third-most through 34 playoff games in Major League history behind Carlos Beltrán (14HR) and Nelson Cruz (14HR)...Appeared in just two total spring training games (both in New York), going 3-for-7 with 3R, 3HR and 4RBI…did not play in a game during spring training in Florida while recovering from a stress fracture of the first right rib.
In 102 games with the Yankees, hit .272 (103-for-378) with 75R, 18 doubles, 27HR and 55RBI..reached the 20HR plateau for the third straight season..of his 27HR, 19 tied the game (four) or gave the Yankees the lead (15)...Was named the winner of the 2019 Wilson Defensive Player of the Year Award in RF, his first such award and the second by a Yankee in the six years of its current format (LF Brett Gardner in 2016)..his seven assists were fourth-most among outfielders who did not commit an error, while his 12.7 UZR (Ultimate Zone Rating) and 19 Defensive Runs Saved ranked third and fifth, respectively, among all outfielders (FanGraphs)...Went 2-for-3 with 3R and 2BB in 3/28 Opening Day win vs. Baltimore..with Luke Voit going 1-for-1 with 1R, 1HR, 4RBI, 2BB and 1HP in the game, the duo became the first Yankees to reach base safely at least four times on Opening Day since Alex Rodriguez on 4/6/12 at Tampa Bay and the first Yankees teammates to do so in the same Opening Day game since Rodriguez and Hideki Matsui on 4/3/06 at Oakland...Recorded his eighth career multi-HR game in 4/6 win at Baltimore, his first since 9/25/17 vs. Kansas City (also 2HR)...Hit a solo HR in the first inning of 4/20 win vs. Kansas City..was his second extra-base hit in as many days (doubled on 4/19) after collecting just 1XBH over his previous eight games (solo HR on 4/13 vs. Chicago-AL).. singled to right field in the sixth inning and was removed from the game for a pinch-runner after suffering a left oblique injury..was sent NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital for further evaluation and an MRI...Was placed on the 10-day injured list from 4/21-6/21 with a left oblique strain..missed 54 team games..hit .125 (2-for-16) with 2R, 1HR, 2RBI and 3BB in five rehab games with Triple-A Scranton/Wilkes-Barre...Hit leadoff in the starting lineup for the first time in his career on 6/21 vs. Houston (0-for-4)...Hit two solo HRs on 7/5 at Tampa Bay, his ninth career multi-HR game..his 11th-inning, game-winning, first-pitch HR had an exist velocity of 116.3 mph..was his second career go-ahead HR in extra innings (also a two-run HR on 6/6/18 at Toronto)...Went 7-for-11 (.636) in the Toronto series immediately following the All-Star break from 7/12-14 after entering the break with just 3H in 21AB in July..marked the beginning of a stretch in which he had eight straight hits go for singles, his longest career streak of hits without an extra-base hit...Hit game-winning, two-run HR in the eighth inning on 7/16 vs. Tampa Bay, his fifth career go-ahead HR in the eighth inning or later...Hit a solo HR on 8/4 vs. Boston, snapping a season-long 14-game homerless stretch (first HR since 7/19 vs. Colorado)..marked his first RBI since 7/23 at Minnesota, ending a career-long-tying 10-game RBI drought...Reached in 24-of-57PA in 13 games from 8/16-31 (21H, 3BB) after reaching in 6-of-34PA over his prior 8G (3H, 3BB)...Played in each of the Yankees' nine games on their west coast road trip from 8/20-28 (at Oakland, Los AngelesNL and Seattle), hitting .359/.375/.897 (14-for-39) with 7R, 3 doubles, 6HR and 9RBI...Homered in each of the Yankees' 10 series from 8/20-9/22, hitting 14HR in 29 games during the stretch..was homerless over a 13-game span from 8/5-18 leading into the streak...Had a season-best nine-game hitting streak from 8/22-31, batting .432 (16-for-37) with 7R, 3 doubles, 6HR and 9RBI during the stretch..homered in three straight games from 8/23-25, tying the longest streak of his career (fourth time and first since 7/4-7/17)...Hit his 100th career home run on 8/27 at Seattle (off Yusei Kikuchi)..came in his 371st career game, becoming the third-fastest player to reach the mark (in terms of games played) in Baseball history behind only Philadelphia's Ryan Howard (Game No. 325 on 6/27/07) and teammate Gary Sánchez (Game No. 355 on 8/23/19)..was the fourth Yankee to hit career HR No. 100 in 2019 (Gardner, Gregorius, Sánchez)..is the seventh player drafted and signed by the Yankees to hit at least 100HR with the club (Gardner, Posada, Jeter, Mattingly, Munson and Pagliarulo)...Hit a game-tying solo HR with two outs in the eighth inning on 8/31 vs. Oakland..was his seventh career HR to tie the game or give the Yankees the lead in the eighth inning or later and third of the season (also a go-ahead solo HR in the top of the 11th inning on 7/5 at Tampa Bay and a go-ahead two-run HR in the bottom of the eighth on 7/16 vs. Tampa Bay)...Reached base four times in Game 1 of 9/12 doubleheader at Detroit, scoring a career-high-tying 4R and recording a season-high-tying 3BB..hit a two-run HR in Game 2...Started in RF in each of the Yankees' nine postseason games..hit a two-run HR in the fourth inning of ALCS Game 2 at Houston..marked his eighth career postseason HR (in his 23rd career playoff game), becoming the fourth Yankee to hit 8HR within his first 23 postseason games (also Lou Gehrig-9HR, Mickey Mantle-8HR and Bernie Williams-8HR).
In 112 games with the Yankees (88 starts in RF, 19 at DH, 1 in CF), hit .278 (115-for-413) with 77R, 22 doubles, 27HR, 67RBI, 76BB and 6SB…the Yankees went 21-6 when he homered in 2018...Was a finalist for the AL Gold Glove Award in RF...Hit .352/.471/.699 (69-for-196) with 47R, 14 doubles, 18HR, 45RBI and 20 multi-hit games in 56 contests at Yankee Stadium…did not go consecutive home games without a hit over a 59-game stretch at Yankee Stadium (9/17/17-7/26/18)…hit safely in 17 consecutive home games from 9/17/17-4/16/18…had at least 1RBI in a franchise-record 14 straight home games from 9/18/17-4/7/18…was tied for the fourth-longest such streak in the Majors since RBI became an official statistic in 1920...Appeared in each of the Yankees' first 56 games of the season (3/29-6/4 G2)...Hit 25HR before the All-Star break, becoming the fourth player to hit at least 25HR before the break in two different seasons as a Yankee and just the second to do so in consecutive years, joining Roger Maris (1960-61), Mickey Mantle (1956 and '61) and Jason Giambi (2003 and '06)...Had a career-long 14-game hitting streak from 9/17/17-3/29/18…had an eight-game streak of drawing at least one walk from 9/24/17-3/29/18, matching the longest streak of his career...Made his first Major League start (and appearance) in CF in 3/31 loss at Toronto...Reached base safely in 23 of his 25 games in April (all except 4/27 and 4/29 at Los Angeles-AL), including each of his first 21 games of the month...Was 3-for-3 with an HR off Red Sox starter Chris Sale on 4/10…entered 0-for-12 with 10K in his career vs. Sale…became the first player to record 3H off Sale in one game since he joined the Red Sox before the 2017 season…prior to Judge, the last player with a three-hit game vs. Sale was Detroit's Miguel Cabrera, who went 4-for-4 with two solo HRs against Sale on 9/5/16 at Chicago-AL...Celebrated his 26th birthday on 4/26…his 63 career homers prior to turning 26 rank 13th in franchise history and are fifth-most in the last 50 years (Mattingly-94, Murcer-77, Jeter-70, Sánchez-71)...Had at least 1RBI in seven straight games from 5/6-13 (14RBI), tying the longest RBI streak of his career (also 7G: 9/24-30/17)...Hit game-winning two-run HR in the 13th on 6/6 at Toronto…was his first career extra-inning HR and was the latest Yankees HR to break a 0-0 tie since Alex Rodriguez's 15th-inning two-run "walk-off" HR on 8/7/09 vs. Boston...Hit game-winning solo HR in the eighth inning on 6/9 at the Mets…was the third straight game the Yankees hit a go-ahead HR in the eighth-inning-or-later, their first time doing so since 8/29-31/77 (three straight - Chambliss, Rivers and Nettles)…Judge hit two of those homers after having just one go-ahead HR in the eighth-inning or-later over his first 239 career games...Started in LF and went 1-for-2 with 1R, 1HR, 1RBI and 1BB in the AL's All-Star Game win on 7/17…his solo HR off Scherzer to lead off the second inning was the first of 10HR hit in the game and the first All-Star homer by a Yankee since Jason Giambi in 2003…became the third Yankee to homer in an All-Star Game at age 26-or-younger, joining Joe DiMaggio (1936) and Mickey Mantle (1955 and '56)…was selected by fans to his second straight AllStar team…is one of five position players drafted by the Yankees to make the All-Star team multiple times as a Yankee (also Thurman Munson, Don Mattingly, Derek Jeter and Jorge Posada)…received a fan-elected starting assignment for the second straight year and is the first Yankee to start at least two straight ASGs since Robinson Canó (2010-13) and first Yankees OF to start two straight since Curtis Granderson (2011-12)...Was 1-for-1 with 1R in 7/26 win vs. Kansas City before being removed from the game in the fourth for PH (Andújar) after being hit by a pitch in the first inning…underwent an MRI at NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital and was diagnosed with a chip fracture of the right wrist (ulnar styloid bone)…was placed on the 10-day disabled list with the injury from 7/27-9/14 (missed 45 team games)…in a simulated game at Yankee Stadium on 9/17, had 11 live at-bats off of RHP A.J. Cole, RHP Chance Adams and minor-league LHP Phillip Diehl...Hit the Yankees' 264th home run of the season with a solo HR in the eighth inning of 9/28 win at Boston, tying the single-season Major League record (1997 Seattle Mariners)…was his first HR since 7/21 vs. the Mets, snapping a 15-game homerless stretch (49AB) and 11-game stretch without a homer since returning from the D.L...Hit .421/.500/.947 (8-for-19) with 6R, 1 double, 3HR, 4RBI and 3BB in five postseason games…homered in each of the first 3G, joining Hank Bauer (1958 World Series Games 1-3) as the only Yankees to homer in each of the team's first three postseason games in a year (note: Johnny Mize homered in 1952 World Series Games 3-5 after missing the first 2G of the Series)…became the third player to begin a postseason with 3G with at least 2H and 1HR, joining St. Louis' Matt Carpenter in 2014 and the Yankees' Hank Bauer in 1958...Hit a two-run HR in the first inning of the Wild Card Game…with an exit velocity of 116.1 mph, was briefly the hardest-hit postseason HR of the Statcast era (since 2015), until Stanton's HR surpassed it later in the game...Set a postseason career high in hits in ALDS Game 1 at Boston, going 3-for-5 with a ninth-inning solo HR.
In 155 games with the Yankees (141 starts in RF, 10 at DH), hit .284 (154-for-542) with 128R, 24 doubles, 3 triples, 52HR, 114RBI, 127BB and 9SB... according to MLB Statcast, had a 94.9 mph average exit velocity on balls in play, highest among all Major League hitters…his solo HR on 6/10 vs. Baltimore had an exit velocity of 121.1 mph, setting a record for hardest hit HR in the Statcast-era (since 2015)…received his ﬁrst career Silver Slugger Award... Placed second in AL Most Valuable Player voting, totaling 279 points (2 ﬁrst place votes, 27 second place votes, 1 third place vote)…is the second rookie all time to ﬁnish second in MVP voting, joining Mike Trout in 2012 (won by Miguel Cabrera)…only two rookies (in either league) have won the award: Boston's Fred Lynn in 1975 and Seattle's Ichiro Suzuki in 2001 both won the AL MVP as rookies... Was unanimously named AL Jackie Robinson "Rookie of the Year" by the BBWAA…was the ninth Yankee to win the award and second by a unanimous vote (also Derek Jeter in 1996)…was the only player listed on every ballot... Was named MLB "Rookie of the Year" by Baseball America, the ﬁrst Yankee to win the award since Derek Jeter (1996)…was also named 2017 Sporting News AL "Rookie of the Year," as voted on by a panel of AL players…was selected to the Topps MLB All-Star Rookie Team... Led the American League in runs scored (128, 2nd MLB), home runs (52, 2nd MLB), walks (127, 2nd MLB) and and ranked second in RBI (114, 6th MLB), on-base pct. (.422, 3rd MLB) and slugging pct. (.627, 2nd MLB)…led the Majors with an 8.2 WAR, the highest by a Yankee since Alex Rodriguez in 2007 (9.6)... With a 1.049 OPS, was the fourth rookie in the Modern Era (since 1900) with an OPS of 1.000-or-better: St. Louis' Albert Pujols (1.013) in 2001, Boston's Ted Williams (1.045) in 1939 and Cleveland's Joe Jackson (1.058) in 1911... Had 186 balls hit at least 95 mph, accounting for 55.0% of his balls put in play, the highest pct. in the Majors…hit 7HR with an exit velocity of 117 mph or higher (rest of the Majors: two, both by Giancarlo Stanton)... Became the 13th Yankee to lead the AL (or tie for the lead) in home runs and ﬁrst since Mark Teixeira (tied) in 2009…is the ﬁrst Yankee to lead outright since Alex Rodriguez in 2007... Held at least a share of the AL HR lead every day from 5/28 through the end of the season except one (end of play on 9/6)…hit a total of 39HR in 217 minor league games in 2015-16 (also hit 4HR with the Yankees in 2016)... His 52HR were the most ever by a Major League rookie (Mark McGwire, 49HR in 1987) and surpassed Joe DiMaggio (29HR in 1936) for most by a Yankees rookie... His 52HR were tied with Mickey Mantle (52HR in 1956) and Alex Rodriguez (52HR in 2001) for third-most by a player 25-or-younger in Baseball history, trailing only Jimmie Foxx (58HR in 1932) and Babe Ruth (54HR in 1920)…was the ﬁfth Yankee age 25-or-younger to hit at least 40HR in a season... Tied Mickey Mantle (52HR in 1956) for the eighth-most single-season homers in Yankees history and had the second-most by a right-handed hitter (Alex Rodriguez-54HR in 2007)... Homered against every AL opponent, the ﬁrst Yankee to do so since the AL expanded to 15 teams in 2013... Had 33HR at Yankee Stadium, most by a Yankee in a single season at a home venue in franchise history, ahead of Babe Ruth (32 in 1921)…in 77 home games, hit .312/.440/.725 (84-for-269) with 73R, 10 doubles, 33HR, 68RBI and 62BB... Had seven multi-HR games (all 2HR games): 4/28 vs. Baltimore, 5/2 vs. Toronto, 6/11 vs. Baltimore, 9/10 at Texas, 9/14 vs. Baltimore, 9/24 at Toronto and 9/25 vs. Kansas City)…were tied with several others for fourth-most by a Yankee in a single season (three tied with 8G: Alex Rodriguez-2007, Mickey Mantle-1961 and Babe Ruth-1927)…matched Mark McGwire (7G in 1987) for the most ever by a Major League rookie in a single season…were tied for the ﬁfth-most in a season by any player, age 25-or-younger behind only Ralph Kiner (10G in 1947), Willie Mays (9G in 1955), Reggie Jackson (8G in 1969) and Vladimir Guerrero (8G in 2000)... With Gary Sánchez (four), became the second pair of Yankees teammates, each age 25-or-younger, with at least four multi-HR games in the same season (DiMaggio/Gordon, four each in 1939)... Had 52HR, while Gary Sánchez had 33HR…was just the second time in Yankees history that two teammates, age 25-or-younger, hit at least 30HR in the same season, joining Joe DiMaggio (31HR) and Joe Gordon (30HR) in 1940…with a combined 85HR, set the Major League record for homers by two teammates, each 25-or-younger (surpassed the 2007 Milwaukee Brewers' Prince Fielder-50 and Ryan Braun-34)... According to Elias, was the ﬁrst rookie in Major League history to be the ﬁrst player to reach 20HR in a season (reached on 6/11)…was the ﬁrst Yankees batter to do so since Alex Rodriguez in 2007... Hit 30HR before the All-Star Game, one of two rookies ever to reach 30HR prior to the All-Star break (since 1933), joining Mark McGwire (33 in 1987)…is one of three Yankees ever to hit at least 30HR by the break, joining Roger Maris (33HR in 1961) and Alex Rodriguez (30HR in 2007)…marked the seventh time a Yankee led the Majors in homers at the All-Star break (since 1933): Rodriguez (30) in 2007, Maris (33) in 1961, Maris (27) in 1960, Mantle (29) in 1956, DiMaggio/Keller (19 each) in 1941 and DiMaggio (20) in 1937... The Yankees went 31-14 when he homered in 2017…won each of the ﬁrst 12 such games from 4/9-5/14 (G1)... His 128R were most by a Major League rookie since Mike Trout in 2012 (129R)…were second-most by a Yankees rookie (Joe DiMaggio-132R in 1936)…the Yankees went 58-27 when he scored a run... His 114RBI were most by a Yankee since Curtis Granderson (119) and Robinson Canó (118) in 2011…the Yankees were 44-20 when he had at least 1RBI and 23-5 when he had multiple RBI... Is the fourth rookie in Yankees history with at least 100RBI in a season: Joe DiMaggio (125 in 1936), Tony Lazzeri (114 in 1926) and Hideki Matsui (106 in 2003)... Became the eighth player in Yankees history with at least 100R, 100RBI and 100BB in a season, joining Lou Gehrig (11x: 1926-27, '29-32, '34-38), Babe Ruth (10x: 1920-21, '23-24, '26-28, '30-32), Mickey Mantle (3x: 1954, '56, '61), Charlie Keller (2x: 1941-42), George Selkirk (1939), Bernie Williams (1999) and Jason Giambi (2002)…only Ruth (10x), Gehrig (5x), Mantle (2x) and Giambi accomplished the feat while also hitting at least 40HR…is the fourth Yankee ever with at least 110R, 110RBI and 110BB in a season (Ruth-10x, Gehrig-5x, Mantle-2x)... Joined Boston's Ted Williams (1939) as the only players ever with at least 100R, 100RBI and 100BB as a rookie... Had 38 games with at least 1R, 1RBI and 1BB, most by a Yankee since Lou Gehrig in 1936 (43)... Became the fourth rookie all-time to draw 100BB and score 100R in a season, joining Ted Williams in 1939 (131R, 105BB), Lu Blue in 1921 (103R, 103BB) and Jim Gilliam in 1953 (125R, 100BB)... Is one of three players in Baseball history, age 25-or-younger, with at least 125R and 125BB in a season, joining Babe Ruth (1920, age 25) and Ted Williams (1941 and '42, ages 22 and 23)... His 127BB set a Major League rookie record, surpassing Cleveland's Les Fleming (106BB in 1942) on 9/10 at Texas (credit:Elias)…surpassed Charlie Keller (81BB in 1939) for the Yankees' rookie walk record on 8/9 at Toronto... Is the ﬁfth Yankee in franchise history-and only right-handed batter-with at least 125BB in a season (Ruth-10x, Gehrig-3x, Mantle-3x, Giambi-1x)... Hit .426/.588/1.049 (26-for-61) with 31R, 5 doubles, 11HR, 24RBI and 24BB in 19 games vs. Baltimore…his 31R were the most by any player vs. any opponent in one season since Boston's Ted Williams scored 31R in 1947 vs. St. Louis-AL... Elias notes it's the most by a rookie vs. one team since Joe DiMaggio in 1936 vs. the Browns (31R)…his active 17-game run-scoring streak vs. the O's (since 4/9/17) is the second-longest by any player vs. the Baltimore/St. Louis Browns franchise since 1913, behind Boston's Jimmie Foxx's 19-game streak from 6/1/38-5/9/39…his 11HR were the most by a Yankee vs. a single opponent in a season since 1961, when Roger Maris hit 13HR vs. Chicago-AL and Mickey Mantle hit 11HR vs. Washington-AL…according to Elias, tied Cleveland's Hal Trosky (11HR in 22G vs. Chicago-AL in 1934) for the most homers by a rookie against one team in a single season…his 24BB were the most by a Yankee vs. an opponent since 1959... Was the only Major Leaguer to post an OPS higher than 1.000 in each of the season's ﬁrst three months: April (1.161), May (1.084) and June (1.167)…led the AL in OPS in April and June... Was named AL "Rookie of the Month" for April, batting .303 (23-for-76) with 23R, 10HR and 20RBI in 22 games…was the third Yankee ever to hit at least 10HR in March/April (Alex Rodriguez: 14HR in 2007 and Graig Nettles: 11HR in 1974)…ranked among all AL leaders with 23R (1st), a .750 SLG (1st), 10HR (T1st) and 20RBI (T5th) in April…tied a Major League rookie record for the most home runs in April, previously set by Chicago-AL's José Abreu in 2014 and tied by Colorado's Trevor Story in 2016 (credit: ESPN Stats & Info)…was the fourth Yankee ever to win the award (also Hideki Matsui-June 2003, Robinson Canó-September 2005 and Gary Sánchez-August 2016)... In April, became only the 10th rookie in Major League history with at least 10HR, 10BB, and a .300 batting average in any calendar month…the only other rookies to do so in the last 40 years were Mike Trout (July 2012) and Gary Sánchez (August 2016)…also accomplished the feat in June and September, while Rhys Hoskins did so in August... Posted a .411 OBP in April (in 22G), a .441 OBP in May (26G) and a .481 OBP in June (28G)…became the third rookie in Major League history to have an OBP of at least .400 in April, May and June (min. 75PA in each month): also St. Louis' Albert Pujols in 2001 and Houston's Greg Gross in 1974…became the ﬁfth rookie in Yankees history (min. 75PA) to record a .400 OBP in May, the ﬁrst since Gil McDougald (.457) in 1951... Became the youngest player in Major League history-and the only rookie-to hit at least 13HR through his team's ﬁrst 26G of the season…is the 12th Major Leaguer to do so, and ﬁrst since Seattle's Nelson Cruz (14HR) in 2015…was the second Yankee to hit at least 13HR through 26 team games (also Alex Rodriguez-14HR in 2007)... Collected his ﬁrst career intentional walk-and the ﬁrst by a Yankee under the new rules of the team on defense signaling to the umpire to issue the free pass-on 4/13 vs. Tampa Bay... Hit two-run HR- o n the ﬁrst pitch of his ﬁrst career PA at Fenway Park-in 4/26 win at Boston…was the ﬁrst Yankee to homer in his ﬁrst career PA at Fenway since Cody Ransom on 9/26/08, who homered on each of the ﬁrst two pitches he saw after entering the game as a defensive replacement for Derek Jeter in the third inning…the homer came on his 25th birthday, joining Roger Maris (9/10/66) and Yogi Berra (5/12/47) as the only Yankees to ever homer at Fenway on their birthday…also caught a third-inning foul pop by Xander Bogaerts while tumbling into the right ﬁeld stands…the play was featured as the No. 1 play on ESPN SportsCenter's Top-10... Recorded his ﬁrst career multi-HR game in 4/28 win vs. Baltimore, hitting solo HR in the ﬁfth and two-run HR in the sixth…at 25 years, 2 days old, was the youngest Yankees outﬁelder with 2HR in a game since Melky Cabrera (24y, 254d on 4/22/09 vs. Oakland)…collected his second career multi-HR game in 5/2 win vs. Toronto…at 25 years, 6 days old, became the youngest Yankees outﬁelder with multiple 2HR games since Dan Pasqua (23y, 268d on 7/12/85 and 24y, 217d on 5/22/86)... Was named AL "Rookie of the Month" for May after batting .347/.441/.642 (33-for-95) with 17R, 5 doubles, 7HR and 17RBI in 26 games and leading all AL rookies in BA, runs, hits, HR, RBI and OBP, while ranking second in SLG…was his second straight "Rookie of the Month" honor, having also won the award in April…became the ﬁrst Yankee ever to win the award twice…was the ﬁrst Yankee to win any monthly award in consecutive months since Don Mattingly was named AL "Player of the Month" in both August and September of 1985... Had a career-long 32-game on-base streak from 5/28-6/30, batting .339/.483/.720 (40-for-118) with 34R, 7 doubles, 1 triple, 12HR, 32RBI and 32BB over the span…was the longest single-season streak by a Yankee since Derek Jeter had a 34-game streak to end the 2012 season (8/27-10/3/12) and the longest single-season streak for a Yankees rookie since Charlie Keller in 1939 (40 games)…reached base safely in 42 consecutive starts from 5/28-7/16 (G1), batting .321 (51-for-159) with 39R, 8 doubles, 15HR, 36RBI and 38BB in his starts over the span…was the longest single-season streak by a Yankee since Mark Teixeira (42G, 6/6-7/26/10)... Hit his ﬁrst career grand slam in 5/28 win vs. Oakland, the ﬁrst by a Yankees rookie since Melky Cabrera on 7/5/06 at Cleveland... Was named AL "Player of the Month" and "Rookie of the Month" for June, batting .324/.481/.686 (33-for-102) with 30R, 5 doubles, 10HR, 25RBI and 30BB in 28G and reaching safely in every game…was his ﬁrst career "Player of the Month" nod and his third "Rookie of the Month" honor, having also won the award in April and May…became the ﬁrst Yankee ever to win three consecutive monthly awards and the ﬁrst AL player with three straight "Rookie of the Month" honors in a single season since Chicago-AL's José Abreu in 2014…was the ﬁrst AL player to win three "Rookie of the Month" awards in a row since Mike Trout won four straight from May-August 2012…was the 10th player all time (in either league) to win both awards in the same calendar month and second Yankee (also Gary Sánchez in August 2016)... Was named AL "Player of the Week" (6/5-11) for the ﬁrst time in his career after hitting .500 (12-for-24) with 10R, 3 doubles, 3HR, 6RBI and 6BB/1IBB in six games... Tied a Major League record by scoring at least 3R in three consecutive games (10R total) from 6/10-12…was the sixth Yankee to do so, also: Frankie Crosetti, 8/26-28/1939; Tommy Henrich, 8/25(G2)-26(G2)/1938; Joe DiMaggio, 7/5(G1)-9/1937; Joe Sewell, 7/27(G2)-29/1931 and Babe Ruth, 6/13-15/1930... Hit safely in 17 straight home games from 6/10-7/28 (.379/.461/.864, 25-for-66, 20R, 2 doubles, 10HR, 17RBI, 9BB), matching the second-longest streak by a Yankee at the current Yankee Stadium (since 2009): Carlos Beltrán, 18G (7/19-8/26/15) and Robinson Canó, 17G (5/17-6/17/10)…was the longest home hitting streak by a rookie in franchise history (previous: Hideki Matsui, 16G in 2003)-credit: Elias... His ﬁrst-inning solo HR in 6/10 win vs. Baltimore had an exit velocity of 121.1 mph, setting a record for hardest hit HR in the Statcast-era (since 2015)... Hit his Major League-leading 20th home run of the season on 6/11 vs. Baltimore, becoming the ﬁrst rookie in Major League history to be the ﬁrst player to 20HR in a season…hit solo HR and two-run HR and went 4-for-4 with 4R, 1 double and 1BB in the game…at 25 years, 46 days old, became the youngest Yankee to go 4-for-4 or better with 2HR since Mickey Mantle (24 years, 211 days) went 4-for-4 with 2HR on 5/18/56 at Chicago-AL…his sixth-inning solo HR went 495' (per Statcast), the longest measured HR hit in the Majors in 2017... Through the end of play on 6/11, led the AL in all three Triple Crown categories…since RBI became an oﬃcial stat, was the ﬁrst time a rookie led his league in each of those categories on 6/1 or later (credit: Elias)... Was selected to his ﬁrst career All-Star team after leading the AL with 4,488,702 votes…was the ﬁrst Yankee to lead the AL in All-Star voting since Jeter in 2009…at age 25, was the youngest player to lead the AL in voting since Ken Griﬀey Jr. (24) in 1994…was the leading vote-getter in all of Baseball via the Player Ballot…was the third Yankees rookie elected to start an All-Star Game (Hideki Matsui-2003, Joe DiMaggio-1936)…eight other Yankees rookies were AL All-Star Team reserves: Dellin Betances (2014), Masahiro Tanaka (2014), Willie Randolph (1976), Tom Tresh (1962), Ryne Duren (1958), Bobby Richardson (1957), Spec Shea (1947) and Joe Page (1944)…is the sixth position player drafted by the Yankees to make the All-Star team as a Yankee (Munson, Mattingly, Jeter, Posada and Gardner)... Won the Home Run Derby, defeating Minnesota's Miguel Sanó in the ﬁnal round, 11HR-to-10HR…became the fourth Yankee to win a Derby, joining Robinson Canó (2011), Jason Giambi (2002) and Tino Martinez (1997)…was pitched to by Yankees BP pitcher Danilo Valiente…hit 23HR in the ﬁrst round, topping Miami's Justin Bour (22HR)…in the semiﬁnals, out-homered NL Rookie of the Year, Cody Bellinger of the Dodgers, 13HR-to-12HR…his 47 total homers hit (in 76 swings) were most ever by a Yankee in the Home Run Derby, surpassing Canó's 32HR in 2011 and second-most in Derby history (2016 winner Giancarlo Stanton hit 61)…four of Judge's homers went at least 500 ft…is the ﬁrst rookie ever to win the Derby outright (the Angels' Wally Joyner was a co-champion in 1986)…is the only player ever to win both the College and MLB Home Run Derby... Started in RF and went 0-for-3 for the AL in the All-Star Game on 7/11…was the second consecutive Yankees RF to be an All-Star (Carlos Beltrán)…at 25, was 14 years younger than Beltrán (39) in 2016…was the ﬁrst Yankee to serve as the AL's starting right ﬁelder since Paul O'Neill in 1997... Ended his single-season Major League-record 37-game strikeout streak (7/8-8/20) in 8/22 win at Detroit... In September, was named AL "Player of the Month" (second, also June 2017) and "Rookie of the Month" (fourth, also April, May and June 2017)…hit .311/.463/.889 (28-for-90) with 29R, 7 doubles, 15HR, 32RBI and 28BB in 27G during the month, his most HR and RBI in a calendar month in his career (April: 10HR, 20RBI in 22G / June: 10HR, 25RBI, 28G)…were the most homers by a Yankee in a calendar month since Roger Maris hit 15HR in June 1961…is the ﬁfth Yankee in franchise history to hit at least 15HR in a calendar month, joining Babe Ruth-4x, Joe DiMaggio-1x, Mickey Mantle-1x and Roger Maris-1x…led the Majors in runs scored and walks and led the AL in RBI (2nd MLB), home runs (2nd MLB), slugging pct. (2nd MLB) and on-base pct. (3rd MLB)... Reached base safely in his ﬁnal 25 games (from 9/3), batting .329/.487/.951 (27-for-82) with 29R, 15HR, 31RBI and 28BB…is the second-longest streak of his career (32G from 5/28-6/30/17)…scored at least 1R in 22 of those 25G…ended the season on a career-long 13-game hitting streak (from 9/17), batting .386 (17-for-44)... Hit 9HR over his ﬁnal 12 games (from 9/18) and 15HR over his ﬁnal 25 games (from 9/3)…12 of his ﬁnal 13H went for extra bases (4 doubles, 8HR)... Scored a run in 12 straight games from 9/9-22, the longest streak by a Yankee since Johnny Damon scored runs in 12 consecutive games from 8/17-30/06…was the Majors' longest such streak of the season... Hit 2HR in 9/10 win at Texas…with Gary Sánchez (2HR) also hitting multiple homers, the duo became the fourth pair of Yankees teammates, both age-25 or younger, to each hit multiple HRs in the same game (also Ron Blomberg-2HR/Otto Velez-2HR on 9/23/73-G1 at Cleveland; Charlie Keller-3HR/Joe DiMaggio-2HR on 7/28/40-G1 at Chicago-AL; and Joe Gordon-2HR/Tommy Henrich-2HR on 8/27/38-G2 vs. Cleveland)…collected his 107th walk of the season in the game, surpassing Cleveland's Les Fleming (106BB in 1942) to set the all-time Major League rookie walks record... Was named AL "Player of the Week" for the period from 9/18-24, batting .429 (9-for-21) with 6R, 2 doubles, 5HR, 9RBI and 4BB in six games over the span…was his second career weekly honor (also 6/5-11/17)... Had eight straight games with an extra-base hit (9/20-28), the longest such streak by a Yankee since Johnny Damon had 10 straight games with an extra-base hit from 5/4-14/09 and the longest ever by a Yankees rookie…batted .423 (11-for-26) with all of his hits going for extra bases over the span (4 doubles, 7HR)... Hit his 49th and 50th home runs of the season in 9/25 win vs. Kansas City, tying and surpassing Mark McGwire (49HR in 1987) for the single-season rookie home run record... Made his postseason debut, batting .188 (9-for-48) with 9R, 3 doubles, 4HR and 11RBI in 13 playoﬀ games... His 4HR were the most ever by a Yankees rookie in a single postseason (credit: ESPN Stats & Info) and were tied with Miguel Cabrera (2003) for the third-most by a rookie in a single postseason behind Evan Longoria (6HR in 2008) and Kyle Schwarber (5HR in 2015)…was the 15th player in Baseball history (and second Yankee) to have 4HR in a single postseason at age 25-or-younger (also Lou Gehrig-4HR in 1928)... Made his postseason debut in the Yankees' AL Wild Card win vs. Minnesota, hitting a two-run HR in the fourth…according to Elias, became the third Yankees rookie to homer in his postseason debut, joining Shane Spencer (1998 ALDS Game 2 vs. Texas) and Elston Howard (1955 World Series Game 1 vs. Brooklyn)…was the ﬁrst postseason HR by any Yankees rookie since Hideki Matsui in 2003 World Series Game 2 vs. Florida…both he and Brett Gardner scored 3R, becoming the seventh set of Yankees teammates to each score at least 3R in a postseason game, and only the second since 1962 (Rodriguez/Matsui/Sheﬃeld in 2004 ALCS Game 3 at Boston)... Leapt at the right ﬁeld wall to rob Francisco Lindor of a potential two-run HR for the second out in the top of the sixth inning in ALDS Game 3 vs. Cleveland…according to ESPN Stats & Info, was the ﬁrst time in his career he robbed a homer... Had multiple RBI in three straight home games (ALDS Game 4, ALCS Game 3 and ALCS Game 4), going 4-for-11 with 3R, 2 doubles, 2HR, 7RBI and 2BB in those games…became the second player in Yankees postseason history to record at least 2RBI in three consecutive home games, joining Lou Gehrig (3G, 1928 World Series Game 1 through 1932 World Series Game 1)... Homered in consecutive games (ALCS Games 3 and 4 vs. Houston), becoming the seventh Yankee, age 25-or-younger, to homer in back-to-back playoﬀ games (also Lou Gehrig, three straight; Mickey Mantle, two straight twice; Greg Bird; Derek Jeter; Gil McDougald and Charlie Keller)…was the third Yankees rookie to homer in consecutive playoﬀ games, joining Keller (Games 3-4 in the 1939 World Series vs. Cincinnati) and Shane Spencer (Games 2-3 of the 1998 ALDS vs. Texas)- credit: Elias... In ALCS Games 3-5, became the seventh player (second Yankee) in postseason history to tally at least 1RBI, 1XBH and 1BB in three straight playoﬀ games (Gehrig: MLB-record 4G from 1928 World Series Game 2-1932 World Series Game 1)…in each of his four games from ALCS Games 3-6, had at least 1R, 1RBI and 1XBH, becoming the third Yankee to do so in four straight postseason games (also Reggie Jackson and Lou Gehrig)... Underwent arthroscopic surgery on his left shoulder on 11/20…the procedure involved a loose-body removal and cartilage clean-up, and was performed by Dr. Neil ElAttrache in Los Angeles at the Kerlan-Jobe Orthopaedic Clinic.
In 27 games with the Yankees (24 starts in RF), hit .179 (15-for-84) with 10R, 2 doubles, 4HR and 10RBI…according to MLB Statcast, had a 95.5 mph average exit velocity, second-highest among all Major League hitters (min. 40 batted ball events) behind only the Mariners' Nelson Cruz (95.9). Became the first player in Yankees history to record an extra-base hit in each of his first three career games (Game 1 - HR, Game 2 - HR, Game 3 - double)…became the ninth AL player since 1913 to accomplish the feat and seventh since 2006…is the second Yankee since 1981 to record an RBI in each of his first three career games (Matsui in 2003)…reached base safely (via H/BB/HP) at least twice in each of those three games, the eighth Yankee since 1913 to do it and the first since Frank Baker in 1970. According to ESPN Stats & Info, is the first player in AL history to record at least 1XBH and 1RBI in each of his first three career games…became the seventh player in Yankees history to record RBI in five of his first seven games to begin a Major League career, joining Yangervis Solarte (2014), Hideki Matsui (2003), Joe Buzas (1945), Joe DiMaggio (1936), George Selkirk (1934) and Norm McMillan (1922). Reached base safely multiple times in four of his first five career games (via H/BB/HP), the first Yankee to do so since Frank Baker, who reached safely at least twice in each of his first five games in 1970. Made his Major League debut in 8/13 win vs. Tampa Bay, hitting solo HR in the second off Matt Andriese and going 2-for-4 with 2R…the HR came in his first career PA, becoming the fifth Yankee in franchise history (and second in the inning immediately following Tyler Austin's solo HR) to accomplish the feat (also John Miller, Marcus Thames and Andy Phillips)…per ESPN Stats & Info, was the longest HR by a Yankee at Yankee Stadium since 6/10/11 (Alex Rodríguez vs. Cleveland off Fausto Carmona)…became the third player in the history of the current Yankee Stadium to hit a ball into or over the centerfield batters eye glass (also Seattle's Russell Branyan on 7/2/09 and Houston's Carlos Correa on 4/6/16)…with Austin also making his Major League debut in the game, became the first pair of teammates in Major League history to each homer in their Major League debuts in the same game…there had been just one other game in Baseball history in which two players each hit HRs in their first Major League at-bats, but they were on opposing teams (Brooklyn at Philadelphia on 4/19/38 - the Phillies' Emmett "Heinie" Mueller and the Dodgers' Ernie Koy - both in the first inning)…became the first pair of Yankees to make their Major League debuts as starters in the same game since C Johnny Ellis and CF Jim Lyttle on 5/17/69 vs. California…was signed to a Major League contract and selected to the Yankees' 25-man roster prior to the game. Hit solo HR-his second in as many career games-in 8/14 loss vs. Tampa Bay…according to Elias, became the second player in Baseball history-and first in the AL-to homer in his first at-bat in each of his first two Major League games, joining the Cardinals' Keith McDonald in 2000…is the second player in Yankees history to homer in each of his first two Major League games, joining Joe Lefebvre, who did so from 5/22-23/80…joined Colorado's Trevor Story (first 4G, 6HR from 4/4-8) as the only two players to accomplish in 2016. Was placed on the 15-day disabled list on 9/14 with a Grade 2 right oblique strain…injury occurred on a swing taken in the bottom of the fourth in 9/13 win vs. Los Angeles-NL (was removed in the top of the fifth). In 93 games with the RailRiders, hit .270 (95-for-352) with 62R, 18 doubles, 19HR and 65RBI…at the time of his call up, ranked second in the International League in RBI and HR/AB ratio (1HR/18.53AB) and fourth in runs scored, home runs and slugging percentage (.489)…batted .353 (12-for-34) with 10R, 2 doubles, 3HR and 11RBI in 10 games in August with Scranton/WB. Following the season, was tabbed by
Baseball America as the Yankees' No. 6 prospect…was also named the IL's "Best Power Prospect" and the league's 19th-best prospect.
Split the season with Double-A Trenton and Triple-A Scranton/Wilkes-Barre, batting .255 (122-for-478) with 63R, 26 doubles, 3 triples, 20HR, 72RBI and 53BB in 124 games…led all Yankees minor leaguers in home runs and RBI... Started the season with Trenton and batted .284 (71-for-250) with 36R, 16 doubles, 3 triples, 12HR and 44RBI in 63 games…was promoted to Scranton/WB on 6/22 and batted .224 (51-for-228) with 27R, 10 doubles, 8HR and 28RBI in 61 games…played in the SiriusXM All-Star Futures Game in Cincinnati and went 1-for-4 with 1R…appeared in three postseason games for the RailRiders, batting .364 (4-for-11) with 1RBI and 1BB... Following the season, was ranked by Baseball America as the No. 3 prospect in the Yankees organization, the No. 10 prospect in the International League and the No. 15 prospect in the Eastern League…was tabbed by MiLB.com as an Organization All-Star.
Made his professional debut, combining at Single-A Charleston and Single-A Tampa to bat .308 (144-for-467) with 80R, 24 doubles, 4 triples, 17HR, 78RBI and a .419 OBP in 131 games…ﬁnished the season ranked third among all minor leaguers with 89BB…led all Yankees farmhands in RBI, ranked ﬁfth in HR and sixth in batting average... Began the season with Charleston and hit .333 (78-for-234) with 36R, 15 doubles, 2 triples, 9HR, 45RBI and 39BB in 65 games…was named a SAL Mid-Season All-Star…was transferred to Tampa on 6/19 and batted .283 (66-for-233) with 44R, 9 doubles, 2 triples, 8HR, 33RBI and 50BB in 66 games... Following the season, was tabbed by Baseball America as the Yankees' second-best prospect…was also named an Organization All-Star by MiLB.com... After the season, played for Scottsdale in the Arizona Fall League, batting .278 (25-for-90) with 15R, 5 doubles, 4HR and 15RBI in 24 games…was selected to the Fall Stars Game and was named AFL "Player of the Week" on 11/4.
Did not appear in a game after being selected by the Yankees in the ﬁrst round of the First-Year Player Draft... Following the season, was ranked by Baseball America as the Yankees' sixth-best prospect.