Aaron Judge, Albert Pujols Important Questions and Answers

The baseball world remains intently focused on Aaron Judge of the Yankees and Albert Pujols of the Cardinals as they make simultaneous pursuits of history.
With the anticipation still going, here’s everything you need to know.
The Yankees (7:05 p.m. ET vs. the Red Sox) and the Cardinals (10:10 p.m. ET at the Dodgers) are both part of Friday’s baseball header this week on Apple TV+. Friday Night Baseball is currently free and requires no purchase or subscription. Fans can access Friday Night Baseball games on Apple TV+ in the following ways:
Judge: The Yankees v Red Sox game (1:05 ​​p.m. ET) will air on YES, MLB (out-of-market only) and MLB.TV (out-of-market only). MLB.TV is available for the remainder of the regular season for $29.99.
Hills: You can watch Cardinals-Dodgers (9:10 p.m. ET) on Bally Sports Midwest or MLB.TV (out of market only).
Judge: ESPN will have live national coverage of the Yankees Series Final match against the Red Sox (7:08 p.m. ET).
Hills: The Cardinals’ final series against the Dodgers will air on Bally Sports Midwest (4:10 p.m. ET). You can also watch on MLB.TV (Out of Market only).
Yankees (13 games left)
Friday-Sunday: vs Red Sox
Monday to Wednesday: at Blue Jays
September 30 – October. 2: vs. the Orioles
October 3 – October. 5: The Rangers
Cardinals (11 games left)
Friday – Sunday: at the Dodgers
Tuesday – Wednesday: at Brewers
September 30 – October. 2: against pirates
October 3 – October. 5: In the pirate
Judge: With 60 people through 149 group games, Judge has averaged one home run every 2.5 group games this season. If he maintains this pace, he will finish with 65 Homers, the most anyone has achieved in a single season since Barry Bonds set an MLB record 73 in 2001. This will be the fifth season of 65+ Homer in MLB history. There were nine with at least 60.
Hills: The 42-year-old reached one home every 7.9 collegiate games in 2022, a pace that would put him 700 shy if it continued. However, it has deepened 12 times in 42 team matches since August 10, averaging one player for every 3.5 team matches.
Most HR in a Season, MLB History:
2001 Barry Bonds: 73
1998 Mark McGuire: 70
1998 Sammy Sosa: 66
1999 Mark McGuire: 65
2001 Sammy Sosa: 64
1999 Sammy Sosa: 63
1961 Roger Maris: 61
2022 Aaron Judge: 60
1927 Babe Ruth: 60
Most Professional HR and MLB History:
Barry Bonds: 762
Hank Aaron: 755
Babe Ruth: 714
Albert Pujols: 698
Alex Rodriguez: 696
Judge has a big lead in the local racing and RBI departments, but he’s in a close race for the AL batting title. This is where he stands in each category (as of Wednesday):
AL Home Run leaders:
1. Aaron Judge: 60
2. Jordan Alvarez 37
3. Mike Trout: 36
RBI leaders:
1 – Aaron Judge: 128
2. Jose Ramirez: 117
3. Kyle Tucker: 102
Average AL batting leaders:
1. Aaron Judge: .316
2. Xander Bogarts: 314
3. Louis Araz: .313

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