There's nothing like a home run chase in baseball, and Aaron Judge's on Thursday showed that and more.
Judge entered the game against the Boston Red Sox with 60 homers and needed one more to tie Roger Maris' American League record.
He didn't get many chances. Despite Red Sox manager Alex Cora's promise to "attack" Judge, the MVP candidate was walked in three of his first four at-bats.
In the ninth inning, Judge's best chance came against Red Sox reliever Matt Barnes. It was time for a record-tying homer and a walkoff winner.
Five pitches in, on a 2-2 count, Judge blasted a raised fastball and sparked a roar at Yankee Stadium
Unfortunately, Albert ended his call with "But Hernandez is there." The ball hit the center-field wall and into Kiké Hernández's glove.