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© Julie Jacobson New York Yankees' Aaron Judge looks back at the dugout as he heads up the first base line after hitting a two-run home run against the Toronto Blue Jays on Saturday, April 21, 2018, in New York.
Aaron Judge steps up to the plate with the Blue Jays deploying four outfielders, but it doesn't matter as he crushes a monster homer to left.
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The bottom of the sixth inning Saturday afternoon at the Stadium lasted nearly 40 minutes. The Yankees saw 55 pitches, with 12 batters coming to plate in unrelenting at-bat after unrelenting at-bat. By the time the Blue Jays finally recorded the third out, the Yankees had scored seven runs and all but one batter in their lineup had reached base.
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The Yanks then coasted to a 9-1 victory over Toronto with the sun shining in the Bronx.
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Lefthander Jordan Montgomery put forth his best performance of 2018, hurling six innings of one-run ball on 91 pitches.
The Yankees chased Blue Jays starter Marcus Stroman from the game in that sixth inning. The righthander allowed eight runs, six of them earned, on five hits and four walks while striking out five.
The Bombers (10-9) are back above .500.
PLAY OF THE GAME
Aaron Judge opened scoring in the third inning with a gargantuan two-run blast to left field. Stroman grooved a 3-0 two-seam fastball on the inner half of the plate, and Judge had the green light. He smoked the pitch down the left-field line, tucking it inside the foul pole and into the second deck for his sixth homer of the season and third in his last five games. This one traveled 443 feet. It was the first time in his career he homered in a 3-0 count.
Yankees overcome more defensive blunders to beat Blue Jays
And yet the Yankees still came away with a victory. Behind a go-ahead single from Didi Gregorius in the fifth and a home run from Aaron Judge in the eighth, the Yankees topped the Blue Jays, 4-3, in the series opener at the Stadium.BOX SCORE: YANKEES 4, BLUE JAYS 3CC Sabathia returned from a 12-day stint on the disabled list and started for the Bombers. The sloppy defense forced Sabathia from the contest after just 4.1 innings and 71 pitches. He surrendered two runs, both of them unearned, before Chad Green replaced him in the fifth.The Yankees scored the game’s first two runs in the second.
Aaron Judge launched a ball so hard and so far Saturday afternoon — did essentially what he can do better than just about anybody in the world — that it His 62nd career homer in a record 201 games — a two-out, two-run shot in the third that served as a catalyst in what would become a 9 - 1 rout
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The sixth inning. Didi Gregorius drove in the first run of the rally with an RBI single to right. A second run scored when Judge scampered home on Aaron Hick’s short grounder and Toronto catcher Luke Maile was unable to squeeze an accurate toss from Stroman. Three more runs came around on Miguel Andujar’s bases-clearing double into the left-center-field gap. Brett Gardner, who scored the first run of the explosion, delivered an RBI sac fly in his second at-bat of the inning. Judge then singled home the seventh and final run of the inning with a line drive to left.
STAR OF THE GAME
Judge, who drove in three runs and also became the fastest player to 62 career homers. (He was also the fastest to 60 and 61. This is becoming a trend.)
STAT OF THE DAY
Aaron Judge and Giancarlo Stanton have combined for 35 home runs with an exit velocity of 116 MPH or more since 2015. The rest of the league has hit 31. Judge’s homer on Saturday had an exit velocity of 116.1 MPH.
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Yankees outfielder Aaron Judge crushed the hardest-hit home run of the Statcast era during Friday’ s game against the Baltimore Orioles. Baltimore built a 9 – 1 lead after touching up New York starter CC Sabathia for seven earned runs and getting a grand slam by Mark Trumbo, but the Yankees rallied in
Andujar, who is hitting .450 with eight extra base hits — including two home runs — and six RBI in his last five games.
Stanton, who went 0-for-4 with two more strikeouts, though he did walk and score in the sixth.
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Win in a grand fashion
Mitch Moreland of the Red Sox is congratulated by Mookie Betts after hitting a grand slam home run against the Athletics on April 20 in Oakland, California. The Red Sox won 7-3.
Nick Ahmed of the Diamondbacks is tagged out by Austin Hedges of the Padres on April 20 in Phoenix, Arizona. The Padres won 4-1.
The Giants' Andrew McCutchen watches his three-run home run against the Angels on April 20 in Anaheim, California. The Giants won 8-1.
The Cubs' Javier Baez hits a 2 RBI single against the Rockies on April 20 in Denver, Colorado. The Cubs won 16-5.
The Dodgers' Clayton Kershaw pitches against the Nationals on April 20 in Los Angeles, California. The Nationals won 5-1.
Ahead of time
George Springer (4) of the Astros, dives in to score a run, as Omar Narvaez of the White Sox, takes a late throw, on April 20 in Chicago, IL. The Astros won 10-0.
A true Mets fan
A fan interferes with Braves right fielder, Nick Markakis (22), who tries to catch a foul ball by the Mets', Asdrubal Cabrera, on April 20 in Atlanta. The Mets won 5-3.
Paul DeJong (12) of the Cardinals, turns a double play against the Reds, on April 20 in St. Louis, Missouri. The Cardinals won 4-2.
Rangers third baseman, Adrian Beltre, top, applies the tag, as pitcher, Mike Minor, catches the Mariners', Mitch Haniger, trying to steal third base, on April 20 in Arlington, TX. The Mariners won 6-2.
First inning celebration
Lorenzo Cain (6) and Jonathan Villar (5) of the Brewers, celebrate after Cain scored a run in the first inning against the Marlins, on April 20 in Milwaukee, WI. The Brewers won 8-0.
Home sweet home
Francisco Cervelli (29) of the Pirates, slides safely into home plate, during a game against the Phillies, on April 20 in Philadelphia, Penn. The Phillies won 2-1.
Twins' error to Rays' gain
The Rays', Denard Span, celebrates with Carlos Gomez (27), and Joey Wendle (18), after Span reached safely on an error by Twins relief pitcher, Zach Duke, on April 20 in St. Petersburg, Flo. The Rays won 8-7.
Trey Mancini of the Orioles, is unable to catch a fly ball hit by Yonder Alonso of the Indians, on April 20 in Baltimore, Maryland. The Orioles won 3-1.
Jose Iglesias of the Tigers, reacts to avoiding an inside pitch during the game against the Royals, on April 20 in Detroit, Michigan. The Royals won 3-2.
Thanking his stars
Lourdes Gurriel Jr. of the Blue Jays, celebrates their win over the Yankees, on April 20 in New York City. The Blue Jays won 8-5.
The Diamondbacks, Chris Owings (16), catches a fly ball hit by the Giants', Joe Panik, while colliding with teammate, A.J. Pollock, on April 19 in Phoenix. The Diamondbacks won 3-1.
Miguel Rojas of the Marlins, chases Christian Yelich (22) of the Brewers, during a rundown, on April 19 in Milwaukee, WI. The Brewers won 12-3.
Foul ball injury
The Angels', Mike Trout, left, comforts home plate umpire, Jerry Layne, who was hit in the arm by a foul tip, during the game between the Angels and the Red Sox in Anaheim, Calif., on April 19. The Red Sox won 8-2.
Slidin' with ease
J.P. Crawford (2) of the Phillies slides past Francisco Cervelli of the Pirates to score a run on April 19 in Philadelphia. The Phillies won 7-0.
Yankees all the way!
Aaron Judge (right) and Aaron Hicks of the Yankees celebrate after defeating the Blue Jays on April 19 in New York City. The Yankees won 4-3.
Double the fun
Dansby Swanson of the Braves, completes a ninth-inning, game-ending double play, against Adrian Gonzalez (23) of the Mets, on April 19 in Atlanta, Ga. The Braves won 12-4.
The Cubs' Javier Baez scores off a single by Anthony Rizzo against the Cardinals on April 19 in Chicago. The Cubs won 8-5.
The Astros' Jose Altuve follows through on an RBI ground-rule double against the Mariners on April 19 in Seattle. Houston won 9-2.
Detroit Tigers' Leonys Martin, third from left, celebrates his grand slam with his team as the Orioles catcher Chance Sisco, looks on, on April 19 in Detroit. The Tigers won 13-8.
Mike Trout much more than home-run leader for AL West-contending Angels
Mike Trout's eighth home run of the season opened the door for an Angels comeback against the Giants and showed why Los Angeles will contend in 2018.Trout turned that missed catch into a big game. He hit his American League-best eighth home run to tie the score an inning later — a momentum-changer in the series — as part of the Angels' 5-4 victory.
Christian Yelich (22) of the Brewers, is forced out at second base, as Scooter Gennett of the Reds, makes a throw to first, on April 18 in Milwaukee, WI. The Brewers won 2-0.
Centerfielder, Ender Inciarte, of the Braves, catches a ball over the outfield wall to rob a home run from Phillies left fielder, Scott Kingery, on April 18 in Atlanta, Georgia. The Braves won 7-3.
Catcher, Brian McCann of the Astros, tags out Ben Gamel (16) of the Mariners, at home plate, on a ball hit by David Freitas, on April 18 in Seattle, WA. The Astros won 7-1.
Olsen, the game winner
Matt Olson of the Athletics, is covered in shaving cream and water, after he hit the game winning single in the bottom of the 14th inning, to beat the White Sox on April 18 in Oakland, Calif. The Athletics won 12-11.
Yoenis Cespedes of the Mets, dives home for a run, ahead of the throw to Pedro Severino of the Nationals, on April 18 in New York City. The Mets won 11-5.
Out of reach
Angels center fielder, Mike Trout, makes a diving attempt at a ball hit by Red Sox hitter, Hanley Ramirez, on April 18 in Anaheim, CA. The Red Sox won 9-0.
Infielder, Brandon Crawford of the Giants, throws over the sliding, David Peralta (6), of the Diamondbacks, to compete a double play, on April 18 in Phoenix, Ariz. The Giants won 4-3.
Sigh of relief
Eddie Rosario of the Twins, reacts after batting a fly ball against the Indians, on April 18 in San Juan, Puerto Rico. The Twins won 2-1.
Chris Taylor (3) of the Dodgers, scores ahead of the throw to Austin Hedges of the Padres, on April 18 in San Diego, Calif. The Dodgers won 13-4.
The Rays' Johnny Field gets home ahead of a throw to Rangers catcher Robinson Chirinos on April 18 in St. Petersburg, Fla. Tampa Bay won 4-2.
The Tigers' Dixon Machado, right, celebrates his walk-off home run against the Orioles on April 18 in Detroit. The Tigers won 6-5.
Moment of impact
The Pirates' Sean Rodriguez hits two-run home run off Rockies starting pitcher Kyle Freelandon April 18 in Pittsburgh. The Pirates won 10-2.
Hop and drop
Alcides Escobar of the Royals drops the ball while trying to force out the Jays' Russell Martin on April 18 in Toronto. The Blue Jays won 15-5.
Luke Maile (21) of the Blue Jays is congratulated on his game-winning RBI single by teammates against the Royals on April 17 in Toronto. The Blue Jays won 5-4.
Red Sox shut down for 2nd straight game by A’s
Khris Davis belted a three-run home run with two outs in the bottom of the eighth inning that gave the Athletics a 4-1 victory against the Red Sox.The lefthander fell one pitch short.
Giancarlo Stanton of the Yankees reacts after he hit a pop fly against the Marlins on April 17 in New York City. The Marlins won 9-1.
Blowing into it
The Angels' Shohei Ohtani blows into his hand against the Red Sox on April 17 in Anaheim, Calif. The Red Sox won 10-1.
The Diamondbacks Zack Godley, left, and Archie Bradley pour Gatorade over Patrick Corbin (46) after defeating the Giants 1-0 on April 17 in Phoenix.
The Dodgers' Yasiel Puig, right, makes a catch at the wall for the out on the Padres' Jose Pirela as teammate Chris Taylor, left, nearly collides into him on April 17 in San Diego. The Dodgers won 7-3.
Francisco Lindor of the Indians reacts as he rounds the bases after hitting a two-run home run against the Twins on April 17 in San Juan, Puerto Rico. Cleveland won 6-1.
Leonys Martin of the Tigers crosses home plate next to Caleb Joseph of the Orioles on April 17 in Detroit, Michigan. Detroit won the game 4-2.
The Diamondbacks' David Peralta makes the diving catch against the Giants on April 17 in Phoenix. Arizona won 1-0.
The Rockies' Tony Wolters, right, tags out the Pirates' Jordy Mercer who was attempting to score from third in Pittsburgh on April 17. The Rockies won 2-0.
The Nationals' Gio Gonzalez delivers against the Mets on April 17 in New York. Washington won 5-2.
Watching the HR
The Astros' Brian McCann, right, and the Mariners' Mike Marjama watch the path of McCann's 2-run home run on April 17 in Seattle. Houston won 4-1.
The St. Louis Cardinals celebrate a 5-3 win over the Chicago Cubs on April 17 in Chicago.
Judge fastest to reach 60 career HRs
The Yankees' Aaron Judge watches his solo home run against the Marlins on April 16 in the Bronx borough of New York City. The Yankees won 12-1.
The Nationals' Bryce Harper hits a solo home run against the Mets on April 16 in New York. The Nationals won 8-6.
Extra Special: Andujar HR, double as Yanks hammer Twins 14-1
Rookie Miguel Andujar homered and doubled to extend his barrage of extra-base hits, Didi Gregorius had a grand slam and the New York Yankees hammered Minnesota 14-1 for their first three-game winning streak under new manager Aaron Boone. BOX SCORE: YANKEES 14, TWINS 1
The Padres' Kazuhisa Makita pitches against the Dodgers on April 16 in San Diego, California. The Dodgers won 10-3.
The Rangers' Nomar Mazara is congratulated by Adrian Beltre after hitting a three run home run against the Rays on April 16 in St Petersburg, Florida. The Rays won 8-4.
Well done mate!
The Yankees' Didi Gregorius is congratulated by teammates in the dugout after scoring against the Marlins on April 16 in New York. The Yankees won 12-1
On the mat
The Reds' Phillip Ervin beats a tag at home plate by Jett Bandy of the Brewers to score a run on April 16 in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. The Reds won 10-4.
The Mariners' James Paxton delivers against the Astros on April 16 in Seattle, Washington. The Mariners 2-1.
Not too cold to party
Tzu-Wei Lin, left, and Brock Holt of the Boston Red Sox celebrate the 3-1 victory over the Baltimore Orioles on April 15 in Boston.
Yasiel Puig, bottom, of the Los Angeles Dodgers scores as Arizona Diamondbacks catcher Jeff Mathis awaits the throw April 15 in Los Angeles. The Dodgers won 7-2.
Quite a splash
Yoenis Cespedes, right, douses New York Mets teammate Wilmer Flores after Flores hit a walkoff home run against the Milwaukee Brewers on April 15 in New York. The Mets won 3-2.
Beating the throw
Nick Hundley, left, of the San Francisco Giants scores against San Diego Padres catcher Austin Hedges as pitcher Joey Lucchesi (42) backs up the play April 15 in San Diego, Calif. The Padres won 10-1.
Going for home
Starling Marte of the Pittsburgh Pirates scores a run in the against the Marlins on April 15 in Miami. The Pirates won 7-3.
'A' for effort
Cincinnati Reds center fielder, Billy Hamilton cannot prevent a double hit by Jose Martinez of the St. Louis Cardinals on April 15 in Cincinnati. The Cardinals won 3-2.
Bryce Harper, left, celebrates hitting a solo home run with Washington Nationals teammate Howie Kendrick against the Colorado Rockies on April 15 in Washington, D.C. The Rockies won 6-5.
Kevin Kiermaier of the Tampa Bay Rays hits a single against the Philadelphia Phillies on April 15 in St. Petersburg, Fla. The Phillies won 10-4.
Sean Manaea of the Oakland A's pitches against the Mariners on April 15 in Seattle. The A's won 2-1.
Josh Reddick of the Houston Astros makes the catch against the Texas Rangers on April 15 in Houston. The Rangers won 3-1 in 10 innings.
Mookie Betts of the Red Sox, slides safely into home plate, as the ball gets away from Chance Sisco of the Orioles, on April 14 in Boston, MA. The Red Sox won 10-3.
The Angels', Albert Pujols, warms up on deck during the game against the Royals, on April 14 in Kansas City, Mo. The Angels won 5-3.
Tommy Pham (28) of the Cardinals, steals second base, ahead of a bad throw to Scooter Gennett (3) of the Reds, on April 14 in Cincinnati, Ohio. The Cardinals won 6-1.
The Marlins', JB Shuck, right, is out at second, as Pirates second baseman, Josh Harrison (5), throws to first, on April 14, in Miami. The Pirates won 1-0.
The Athletics', Mark Canha (20), slides safely into home, as Mariners catcher, David Freitas, tries to get a grip on the ball, on April 14 in Seattle. The Mariners won 10-8.
Orlando Arcia (3) of the Brewers, celebrates his ninth inning home run against the Mets, with third base coach, Ed Sedar (0), on April 14 in New York City. The Brewers won 5-1.
Nick Williams (5) of the Phillies, hits a single off of Chris Archer of the Rays, on April 14 in St Petersburg, Flo. The Phillies won 9-4.
Joe Panik of the Giants, is tagged out at the plate by A.J. Ellis of the Padres, on April 14 in San Diego, Calif. The Padres won 5-4.
Bryce Harper (34) of the Nationals, slides in safely to score, ahead of the tag by catcher, Tony Wolters, of the Rockies, on April 14 in Washington, DC. The Nationals won 6-2.
The Cubs', Albert Almora Jr., hits a solo home run in the first inning against the Braves, on April 14 in Chicago, IL. The Cubs won 14-10.
Chris Owings of the Diamondbacks, beats the throw to Corey Seager of the Dodgers, on April 14 in Los Angeles, Calif. The Diamondbacks won 9-1.
Home run it is
Ronald Guzman of the Rangers, hits a home run against the Astros on April 14 in Houston, TX. The Rangers won 6-5.
On his toes
The Angels' Luis Valbuena flips his bat over the Royals' Drew Butera after hitting an RBI single on April 13 in Kansas City, Mo. The Angels won 5-4.
Aaron Hicks of the Yankees slides into home plate against the Tigers on April 13 in Detroit. The Yankees won 8-6.
Which of MLB's Surprising Hot Starts Is Most Likely to Lead to a Playoff Run? .
The one-year turnaround from loser to contender has become quite common during the wild-card era. To answer that, let's look at four teams that weren't universally considered "playoff-ready" in late March but have gotten off to great starts. Yes, sample size issues and schedule quirks will work themselves out over 162 games, but the wins amassed so far are already in the bank. Below, we rank these clubs by likeliest to reach October. (All numbers current going into play Apr. 24.