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    TORONTO — On the night Aaron Judge tied an iconic American League and Yankee record, Gerrit Cole had his own moment. While largely overshadowed by Judge tying Roger Maris’ record of 61 home runs in a single-season, Cole tied Ron Guidry’s single-season Yankee record of 248 strikeouts in the fifth inning of Wednesday night’s game. “I think it’s more special because of what Aaron did tonight to be honest,” Cole said, referring to Judge’s big night. “It’s a really, obviously a really special number. Guidry was so good for us and so magical and his record held for so long. I don’t think you’ll ever dream of it, but just to be mentioned in the same categories. The Yankees’ legends, it’s kind of hard for me to wrap my head around at this point.” Still, the Yankees needed Judge’s two-run shot in the top of the seventh to get back ahead of the Blue Jays after Cole coughed up a three-run lead in the bottom of the sixth. The Bombers went on to win 8-3 at the Rogers Centre. With just...
    Stephen A Smith dug deep in his bag to deliver a rant regarding the Toronto Blue Jays walking Aaron Judge — who is one home run shy of tying the AL single-season record — four times on Tuesday night. Smith was displeased, to say the least, and pointed to the growing unpopularity of baseball amongst young fans. “This is the problem with baseball, this is why baseball doesn’t get to ingratiate itself with the younger generation,” Smith said on ESPN’s “First Take” Wednesday morning. “You’re going to walk Aaron Judge four times? Pitchers, could you have some heart, please? Isn’t it your obligation to go out there and show what you’re worth? If that was Nolan Ryan, what would he do? If that was Randy Johnson what would he do?” Smith continued by naming other former pitchers such as Goose Gossage and Ron Guidry to remind his viewers that he does indeed know the names of baseball players. He even pointed to the fact that he himself would be able to walk Judge four times in a baseball game. Smith...
    In the bottom of the ninth inning and his team facing defeat, Aaron Judge stepped up to the plate and fired his 60th home run of the season for the New York Yankees. In a record-setting strike, Judge moved level with Babe Ruth and just one behind Roger Maris, who holds the all-time record with 61. But his team were 8-5 down. But then, with the bases loaded, Giancarlo Stanton sent the ball into the stands with a walk off Grand Slam to wrap up a stunning 9-8 victory at Yankee Stadium. 'It had a little motor on it to make sure,' Stanton said after, of his shot. 'Judge sparked all of us. He's going to put on a show for everybody here. It's onto the next, it's going to be fun to watch.'  As Judge went round the bases, there was a subdued vibe to his body language as his side still looked set to be beaten.  But little did he know that he had ignited his team. Anthony Rizzo doubled, Gleyber Torres walked and Josh Donaldson walked to...
    BALTIMORE — The lights were flashing. The music was playing. Aaron Judge had hit 900 feet of home runs and the Yankees had bounced back after dropping a doubleheader to the Astros to hold on for a 7-6 win over the Orioles in Camden Yards Friday night. But the clubhouse was downbeat. Michael King, the excellent young reliever who had helped them build the best record in baseball, walked off the mound with what is likely a season-ending elbow injury.  The team did not have an official update after the game, but a source confirmed a report that he suffered a fracture. The concern was obviously serious that he will miss significant time, likely the rest of the season. “You try to  say a quick prayer and pray for some good outcome when you come in during the inning, but I saw the same thing happen to (Chad Green)  the last time we were here and then to see this happen it’s never good,” Judge said. “Especially how big of a bullpen piece (King) has been for us. The work...
    NEW YORK (AP) — Aaron Judge drove a three-run homer in the 10th inning for his second walk-off hit against the Astros in four days, and the New York Yankees recovered after nearly being no-hit for the second consecutive game to beat Houston 6-3 for a four-game split between the AL’s top teams. Giancarlo Stanton ended a historic hitless drought for New York with a one-out homer in the seventh inning, and DJ LeMahieu followed with a tying two-run drive in the eighth. After Michael King stranded the bases loaded in the 10th, Isiah Kiner-Falefa dropped a two-strike bunt that moved automatic runner Aaron Hicks to third. Right-hander Seth Martinez intentionally walked pinch-hitter Matt Carpenter and struck out LeMahieu, setting up a two-out showdown with the Judge. Just like on Thursday, when he broke a 6-all tie with a single in the ninth, Judge lifted the major league-leading Yankees. His rocket to left-center on a slider landed in the visiting bullpen. After rounding the bases, Judge walked over the to stands and gifted his bat to film director Spike Lee....
    Closing arguments are set to begin Thursday afternoon at a trial that pits former reality TV star Blac Chyna against Kim Kardashian, Kris Jenner, Khloé Kardashian and Kylie Jenner. Chyna's attorney Lynne Ciani rested the plaintiff's case Thursday morning. Chyna, 33, is suing the four women, alleging they conspired to cast her as a violent abuser of her former fiancé Rob Kardashian to ruin her television career. Kardashian attorney David G. Rhodes had already called his key witness, Kris Jenner's longtime boyfriend Corey Gamble, out of order because of scheduling issues. On Thursday he declined to call any of the Kardashians back to the stand as defense witnesses as he suggested he would do when he skipped cross-examining them after each testified earlier in the trial. Before closing arguments began, Judge Gregory W. Alarcon dismissed a motion from Chyna's attorney to allow Chyna to take the stand again because during her testimony she was upset after being shown a nude photo of herself that appeared in a restraining order she received against Rob Kardashian in 2017. The Kardashians' attorney showed...
    New York Yankees Recap: Stanton walked off Judge in the eleventh for the Yankee win William Parlee September 3, 2021 Share on facebook Facebook Share on twitter Twitter Share on reddit Reddit After a disappointing road trip when the New York Yankees went 5-4 and a day off yesterday, tonight they entered a 3 game series with the Baltimore Orioles. With their race to the postseason in jeopardy, the Yankees should win if not sweep a series against a team that will lose 110 games this season. In game one, the Yankees sent Nestor Cortes Jr. to the mound to face the Orioles, John Means. In a game that should have been won easily, it went into the eleventh inning with Giancarlo Stanton walking off Aaron Judge for the Yankee 4-3 win. Leading off the first inning was the O’s Cedric Mullins, who against Cortes, flew out to Gallo in left. Ryan Mountcastle flew out to Judge in centerfield. Austin Hays went down on strikes for a 1-2-3 inning for Cortes. At the...
    New York Yankees Recap: Yankees lose Game One against the Orioles William Parlee April 27, 2021 ShareTweetFlipRedditThe New York Yankees kicked off a four-game set with the Baltimore Orioles at Orioles Park as Camden Yards in Baltimore. The last time the two teams met, the Yankees took 2 of 3 from the Orioles, outscoring them 18-5. Tonight see the return of Deivi Garcia to the rotation after missing out on the starting rotation. He has been working on his slider pitch and hopes to win his first game of the season. He faced the Orioles Matt Harvey in his fifth start of the season. The game-time temperature was 65 degrees, and the game was played under sunny/clear skies with just a light breeze. The Yankees lost the game 4-2. DJ LeMahieu led off the first against Matt Harvey, and he went down looking. From 2012 to 2015, Harvey was one of the best pitchers in baseball until he was beset by several injuries, including Tommy John surgery. Giancarlo Stanton walked. Aaron Judge hit...
    NEW YORK — Top-seeded Novak Djokovic was defaulted from his fourth-round match at the U.S. Open after he accidentally hit a line judge in the neck with a tennis ball Sunday. It was a stunning end to Djokovic’s bid for an 18th Grand Slam title and his 26-0 start to this season. “In accordance with the Grand Slam rulebook, following his actions of intentionally hitting a ball dangerously or recklessly within the court or hitting a ball with negligent disregard of the consequences, the U.S. Open tournament referee defaulted Novak Djokovic from the 2020 U.S. Open,” the U.S. Tennis Association announced. “Because he was defaulted,” the USTA statement continued, “Djokovic will lose all ranking points earned at the U.S. Open and will be fined the prize money won at the tournament in addition to any or all fines levied with respect to the offending incident.” With 2019 champion Rafael Nadal and Roger Federer not in the field this year, Djokovic arrived in New York as the overwhelming favorite. But it all came apart at Arthur Ashe Stadium, when Djokovic had...
    FLUSHING, Queens -- Top-seeded Novak Djokovic was defaulted from his fourth-round match at the U.S. Open after he accidentally hit a line judge with a tennis ball Sunday.It was a stunning end to Djokovic's bid for an 18th Grand Slam title and his 26-0 start to this season.EMBED More News Videos One player, 31-year-old Benoit Paire, has tested positive for COVID-19 and is now out of the competition. ALSO READ | US Open tennis begins in Queens without fansDjokovic had just lost a game to his opponent, Pablo Carreno Busta, to fall behind 6-5 in the first set.As he walked to the sideline for the changeover, Djokovic smacked a ball behind him. The ball hit a female line judge, who dropped to her knees at the back of the court.ALSO READ | LIST: When will NYC cultural institutions, museums reopen? After a discussion of several minutes with officials on court, Djokovic walked over to shake hands with Carreno Busta, and the default was announced.----------* More Queens news* Send us a news tip* Download the abc7NY app for breaking news alerts...
    NEW YORK (CBSNewYork/AP) — Top-seeded Novak Djokovic was defaulted from his fourth-round match at the U.S. Open after he accidentally hit a line judge with a tennis ball Sunday. It was a stunning end to Djokovic’s bid for an 18th Grand Slam title and his 26-0 start to this season. Djokovic’s run of form:– organises tournament where everyone gets coronavirus– launches breakaway union that most players don’t want– gets disqualified from US Open for hitting a line judge pic.twitter.com/YEPVG7hWng — Henry Mance (@henrymance) September 6, 2020 Djokovic had just lost a game to his opponent, Pablo Carreno Busta, to fall behind 6-5 in the first set. As he walked to the sideline for the changeover, Djokovic smacked a ball behind him. The ball hit a female line judge, who dropped to her knees at the back of the court. After a discussion of several minutes with officials on court, Djokovic walked over to shake hands with Carreno Busta, and the default was announced. (© Copyright 2020 CBS Broadcasting Inc. All Rights Reserved. The Associated Press contributed to this report.)
    Judge Phyllis Chu, 56, was heading to a downtown courthouse from the Staten Island ferry at around 9:30am when police say she was randomly attacked A New York judge was punched in the face by a stranger on a Citi Bike as she walked to work in Manhattan Monday, police said.   Judge Phyllis Chu, 56, was heading to a downtown courthouse from the Staten Island ferry at around 9:30am when law enforcement say she was randomly attacked.  The incident came just hours before two more people are shot in the Bronx. New York City has been reeling from a crime wave this year that has forced the police department to increase weekend patrols citywide.  On Saturday a New York City man was arrested after he was caught on camera allegedly attempting to rape a 25-year-old woman on an Upper East Side subway platform. Chu, who has dealt with the recent case involving actor Cuba Gooding Jr., suffered a swollen lip and was treated at hospital. She was released later that afternoon.  Lucian Chalfen, spokesman for the city’s Office of Court Administration, told...
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