What Aaron Judge Traded a Fan For His 60th Home Run Ball Is Listed Below.

The Yankees defeated the Pittsburgh Pirates 9-8 on Tuesday night after a late comeback by Aaron Judge, who extended his historic season with his 60th home run.

With his home run, Judge equaled Babe Ruth for the second-most home runs in a season in club and American League history. It also launched a five-run ninth inning outburst. 

 In all categories, he needs one more to tie Roger Maris' record; he needs two more to surpass the great Yankee slugger.

Michael Kessler, a fortunate 20-year-old college student, quickly returned Judge's historic baseball after finding it.

According to Brendan Kuty of NJ.com, Kessler remarked after the game, "I wouldn't feel good to hide that from him."

Kessler was rewarded for his kindness by getting to meet Judge and taking pictures with him. Several items of autographed memorabilia were also given to him and his buddies.


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