The Yankees want Aaron Judge's 62nd home run.

Twice this week, New York supporters rooted against their team. It's clear.
 They waited five days—41 12 innings, 21 plate appearances, 81 pitches—then it rained. 

 Aaron Judge blasted his 60th home run of the season on Tuesday and hasn't hit one since. On deck as the storm hit.

After 96 minutes, MLB officially declared the game a 2–0 Yankees win against the Red Sox, marking the first time a home crowd booed the declaration. Perhaps the home team booed.

Do you want Judge to break the ML record? Yankees too.
Nestor Cortes Jr. threw all six innings for New York on Sunday. "We cheer every fly ball"

Judge doubled to lead off, walked on six pitches, then flew out to centre. Since his previous home run, he's hit.476/.467.

Sunday's winner travelled to Toronto. Judge and manager Aaron Boone said they didn't worry that he hadn't set the record at home.


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