Aaron Judge home run ball: Fan who caught No. 62 doesn't disclose plans for piece of history

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Though not the all-time MLB record, the 62nd crowning achievement of the 2022 season by Yankees slugger Aaron Judge still brings a lot significance to lots of people. Perhaps if he wasn’t because group in the past, Cory Youmans of Dallas is now part of it. He was the one lucky sufficient to be in the best location at the correct time however likewise experienced sufficient to capture the crowning achievement on a fly in his brought-from-home baseball glove. 

You may see in the emphasize of the crowning achievement that a fan leaps off the ledge here. Yeah, that’s not Youmans. Watch for the ball going into the crowd and you’ll see the catch from the man in the Rangers hat. 

The fan who leapt off was relatively wishing for a dropped ball from above, which, truly, isn’t the worst strategy on the planet if the ball was that crucial to them. The fan got away unscathed and ejected from the park (through Joe Trahan). 

As for Youmans, he stated, “That’s a good question, I haven’t thought about it,” when asked what he would make with the ball (through Joe Trahan) minutes after protecting the piece of history.

There have actually been reports flowing that a minimum of one auction home would pay up of $2 million for the ball, so maybe that’s a beginning point. 

Judge was inquired about the ball after the video game, and had the following to state, through SNY

“I don’t know where it’s at, so we’ll see what happens with that. It’d be great to get it back, but that’s a souvenir for a fan, so, you know, they made a great catch out there and they’ve got every right to it.” 

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