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Judge dents metal casement above door at Yankee Stadium

Judge dents metal casement above door at Yankee Stadium

I'm sure there are some people out there freaking out about Judge and/or Sanchez screwing up their swings in the Home Run Derby, though the "curse" is largely a myth. There's been a ton of research on it, like this, this, and this. With 28 homers, he's just one HR shy of tying Jose Abreu for the second-most home runs by a rookie before the All-Star break. That's fourth highest in MLB this season behind three of his other home runs.

The Times reported Tuesday that the MLB process. determined in consultation with the players union, includes factors beyond current home run totals such as popularity, All-Star status, being a member of the host team and performance in previous seasons.

"I'm still waiting for the bill from the other one", he said after the Yankees' 4-1 loss to the Blue Jays on Tuesday. The Yankees rookie has blown away fans with a slew of prodigious blasts clubbed this season. I play for the Rays. "It's not my fault he didn't get selected". When they put my name up there they put Corey (Dickerson's) picture up there. on MLB Network.

Catch up instantly on the best stories happening as they unfold. Sanchez's 13 home runs - he's got 13, not 14 as implied above - have come in just 53 games.

So too is it the case with Sanchez. But he eventually walked two and allowed 10 hits, including five straight to open the fifth. It will be the first career appearance for both players.

"They gave me a call, basically gave me an invitation ... and I told them, 'Well, I don't even know if I'm making the All-Star Game, so I don't know if I will have the opportunity to attend the derby, " Sanchez said. He even has his own section of seats in right field called the Judge's Chambers. The Marlins' Giancarlo Stanton will defend his title after winning last year at San Diego's Petco Park. Sanchez doesn't get any cheap, Yankee Stadium-aided shots, either: His average true home-run distance of 420.9 feet is second-best in baseball (minimum nine homers), trailing only the Blue Jays' Kendrys Morales. This season. Not last season and not next year, either. So, why not go for it when you can? For a guy in triple-A baseball a year ago, the way 2017 has unfolded is quite a story.

Tampa Bay Rays' Logan Morrison rounds the bases after hitting a two-run home run in the first inning of a baseball game against the Baltimore Orioles in Baltimore, Saturday, July 1, 2017.

Cue the executives at ESPN doing a dance of joy right now.