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Aaron Judge hits 61st home run of season, ties Roger Maris’ AL and Yankees single-season record

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TORONTO — After seven games and eight days without a home run, the frustration started to show. In a 3-2 count, in the seventh inning of a tie game, Aaron Judge stepped back, took a little stroll behind the batter’s box. He took a deep breath as he settled back in and then took one swing to put himself in the history…

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