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FULL INNING! Aaron Judge's 60th homer then Giancarlo Stanton's walk-off grand slam for Yankees win!

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  • Published on Sep 20, 2022
  • One of the wildest innings ever!! Aaron Judge smashed his 60th homer, and then Giancarlo Stanton followed up with a walk-off grand slam to give the Yankees an insane win!
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  • ᬍͧ๏ᷢᬍ
    ᬍͧ๏ᷢᬍ 8 days ago +1003

    As a pirates fan, I can confirm I nearly punched a hole in my wall after watching this game 👍

    • Anthony S
      Anthony S 2 hours ago

      @HaryBackMary that’s because he’s a true fan

    • Eff Taroza
      Eff Taroza 18 hours ago

      Blam, blam, blam, blam. Lets go Yankees!!!

    • Jay Lopez
      Jay Lopez 18 hours ago

      How’s the wall doing ? 😢

    • Big Breezy In the cut
      Big Breezy In the cut Day ago +1

      😂😂😂 I feel ur pain

    • Andres Crux
      Andres Crux Day ago

      🤦‍♂️🤣🤣🤷‍♂️Go Yankees! Fuggadaboutit

  • Chris Praz
    Chris Praz 8 days ago +86

    Love how Judge was way happier about the win than his 60th. That says it all.

    • Anthony S
      Anthony S 2 hours ago

      That’s because he’s a Yankee

    • mpup54
      mpup54 2 days ago

      hes got 14 more homers to go, so no excitement til he hits 70

    • Chris Praz
      Chris Praz 5 days ago +4

      @baller no obsession, just entertainment. Been a Yanks fan since the mid "70's. And, yes, I agree ball players get paid obscene amounts of money.

    • baller
      baller 5 days ago +1

      That you're broke and obsess over sports?

  • TheWilln Dawitshow
    TheWilln Dawitshow 8 days ago +179

    As a Mariners fan who HATES the Yankees, I admit this was a very special moment in baseball history and goddamn what a way to end the game. What a gem and seeing the Yankees players with all their smiles at the end just warmed my heart. Long live baseball, long live America and long live happiness for all. What a game!

    • TheWilln Dawitshow
      TheWilln Dawitshow Day ago +2

      @Anthony S Red Sox Yankees rivalry is legendary! Someday I really want to go to a game in Boston or New York when they are playing each other.

    • TheWilln Dawitshow
      TheWilln Dawitshow Day ago +1

      @Anthony S Cheers brother

    • Anthony S
      Anthony S Day ago +3

      @Jason Nacci Red Sox fans and yankee fans are the reason for the greatest rivalry in sports…respect from nyc 🍻

    • Anthony S
      Anthony S Day ago +1

      Respect from the Bronx 🍻

    • TheWilln Dawitshow
      TheWilln Dawitshow Day ago

      @ray bon LOL

  • Anthony Morelli
    Anthony Morelli 8 days ago +453

    IF YOU WERE A KID AT THE STADIUM ON A NIGHT LIKE THIS, IS ONE OF THE GREASTEST MEMORIES YOU'LL EVER HAVE, YOU'LL STILL REMEMBER EVERYTHING LIKE IT JUST HAPPENED,, MY FIRST TIME IN THE ORIGINAL STADIUM WAS 58 YRS AGO, SEPT 1964, THEN SEEING MANTLE HIT A BLAST, HIS FAMOUS HR TROT I CAN STILL REMEMBER THE SMELL,THEY SEEN A ONCE IN A LIFETIME GAME, LOVE IT

    • baller
      baller 5 days ago

      Hearing Michael Kays voice is exactly why I don't watch many Yankee games, like do you not have anyone else to commentate a game??

    • Anthony Morelli
      Anthony Morelli 7 days ago

      @PLTR LONG WOW, 2 1/2 MY FIRST I WAS 6 2 LIFELONG YANKKEE FANS, LOVE IT, YOU HAVE SOME GREAT MEMORIES, FROM SOME UNREAL GAMES, THIS YEAR LET'S MAKE SOME MORE SEE YOU ON BROADWAY

    • PLTR LONG
      PLTR LONG 7 days ago +1

      My grandfather took me to a game in 1977 when I was two and a half years old. I still have the certificate. I was at Aaron Boone's home run. I saw Derek Jeter jump into the stands July 1st 2004. I was at the world series 98 game 2. Duque first game. I also watched Josh Beckett picture complete game in 2003 October 26th. In 2004 I saw the Red Sox win unbelievable memories

    • Nico Crawford
      Nico Crawford 7 days ago

      Def I’m pretty young still but 2013 alds I was at the pesky pole at Red Sox v tigers and I will always remember seeing Ortiz’s ball go across the sky and just seeing it go over for a grand slam one of the best moments of my life :)

    • FreedomFighter2112
      FreedomFighter2112 8 days ago +2

      Most Home Runs Al-Time (PED-free) List:
      1. Maris = 61
      T2. Ruth = 60
      T2. Judge = 60
      T4. Stanton = 59
      T4. Ruth = 59

  • Byron Gutierrez CR
    Byron Gutierrez CR 8 days ago +61

    This is going to be remembered as one of the best 9th innings of all MLB's moments!

    • mpup54
      mpup54 2 days ago

      I think the Fields of Dream game was a more memorable 9th than this.

  • Paul Massa
    Paul Massa 8 days ago +175

    Aaron Judge is a class act! No obnoxious bat flips, no 'hey look at me'. Just ran the bases as he has done 217 times before. Very embarrassed to take the curtain call. He was more happy with Stanton's walk off grand slam because the Yankees won. During the post game press conference he placed more emphasis on the team's win then on his 60th. I remember the M&M boys back in 1961, and I am enjoying this season tremendously. Will never see another season like this, at least in my lifetime

    • Art Official Intelligence
      Art Official Intelligence 2 days ago

      @Real Essay OG Ignorant generalization.

    • Art Official Intelligence
      Art Official Intelligence 2 days ago

      @Pitt State Gorillas Slots Guy could win the Triple Crown & MVP and he's overrated? Stop drinking the Hatorade.

    • Real Essay OG
      Real Essay OG 2 days ago +1

      Aaron Judge had a father growing up and a great childhood. The other attention seeking divas didn't

    • Pitt State Gorillas Slots
      Pitt State Gorillas Slots 3 days ago

      @Secatrice Lmao. I hate to break it to you but Judge is overrated

  • Andre Figgs
    Andre Figgs 8 days ago +612

    What a game. Judge and then Stanton. Boy did Stanton need that.

    • Rob R
      Rob R 5 days ago

      lots of people on the copium in this comment section lol, calm down babies

    • baller
      baller 5 days ago

      All those HR record holders were on steroids lmao, now you know Judge must be

    • baller
      baller 5 days ago

      Hearing Michael Kays voice is exactly why I don't watch many Yankee games, like do you not have anyone else to commentate a game??

    • SM_ Powered
      SM_ Powered 6 days ago

      Doesn't matter, he hit humerus!

  • Francis Leahy
    Francis Leahy 8 days ago +42

    Judge at the top step, down 3, cheering his teammates on and not reveling in his accomplishment. This is what legends are made of

    • katherine skrzynecki
      katherine skrzynecki 16 hours ago

      Yup, they are a TEAM this year for sure!! Yay!!

    • Steve B
      Steve B 6 days ago

      Aaron James JUDGE ought to be made the team captain. Every bit worthy of the honor.

  • Vaughn Mickelson
    Vaughn Mickelson 3 days ago +4

    I love that Judge is subdued after the 60th homer, and then happy and smiling after the Stanton walk off slam. The success of the team is more important than his individual milestone. That's the sign of a good teammate, and a good baseball player. Not a Yankees fan, but this was a pretty amazing game and ending.

  • chris belos
    chris belos 8 days ago +70

    i will remember this inning for the rest of my life. pure magic from the yankees but i have to also share some of the pain from pirates fans, this one was brutal.

    • topgunsam
      topgunsam 5 days ago

      everytime i watch baseball clips having grown up with Cricket im so bored. Its a terrible sport. so slow.

    • ᬍͧ๏ᷢᬍ
      ᬍͧ๏ᷢᬍ 7 days ago +1

      Pirates fan here, I almost cried

    • Joey_BK_86
      Joey_BK_86 7 days ago +1

      Our beloved Yankees always create magic if you’ve been a fan for long enough!
      unlike that other team in NY that has a whopping 2 wsc 😂
      28 baby!!!! Let’s get it!!!
      Dodgers vs Yankees World Series!!

    • Joseph Sein
      Joseph Sein 8 days ago +1

      #28 💍 🗽

  • Mike E
    Mike E 8 days ago +143

    I wish that my grandfather was alive to see this. He loved the Yankees and so do I.

    • Joseph Sein
      Joseph Sein 8 days ago

      #28 💍 🗽

    • Jason Boullosa
      Jason Boullosa 8 days ago +1

      Couldn’t agree more with you. I loved watching the Yankee games with my grandfather.

    • DICK WEED
      DICK WEED 8 days ago +2

      hes smiling down watching the ballgames with my grandfathers all of em smoking cigars

    • Uncle Jack Luminous
      Uncle Jack Luminous 8 days ago

      I wish Babe Ruth was alive to see THIS

    • stayuppb
      stayuppb 8 days ago +3

      rest in peace to your grandfather man, he wouldve loved witnessing greatness with you

  • Viable Rob
    Viable Rob 8 days ago +42

    Lifelong Yankee fan and this is by far the greatest inning I have ever seen. Tying Babe Ruth with 60 HRs and winning the game with a walk off grand slam. Unbelievable

  • Thomas Crain
    Thomas Crain 8 days ago +210

    I'm no Yankee fan. But there's magic in them uniforms right now.

    • husndY mabjr
      husndY mabjr 6 days ago +1

      @J. Rams its all about the pitchers. Astros dont hit againts good pitching. i made alot of money betting a combo
      Astros under 2.5 runs and Angels -1.5 runs. angels scored 6 runs Astros scored 1 runs.
      its all about who is the pitcher for the game.

    • rangers94ism
      rangers94ism 7 days ago

      @Lance Northcutt Screw that. In a perfect world it would be NY vs NY

    • rangers94ism
      rangers94ism 7 days ago

      @J. Rams I love your faith. Lol

    • Kyle Jay
      Kyle Jay 8 days ago

      @J. Rams you sure? 100% sure? Positive? You just KNOW?

    • Lance Northcutt
      Lance Northcutt 8 days ago

      @HeavyMetal 2000 in a perfect world itll be LA vs NY

  • rickey green
    rickey green 8 days ago +624

    And then the guy who hit 59 in a season before walks it off in grand fashion. Special night.

    • baller
      baller 5 days ago

      Hearing Michael Kays voice is exactly why I don't watch many Yankee games, like do you not have anyone else to commentate a game??

    • Wayne J
      Wayne J 6 days ago

      @djf750 Real baseball? You mean, like Rizzo's double, Torres' great at bat and subsequent walk, Donaldon's bloop single. Clay Holms shutting it down at the top of the inning. Oh, yeah and Judge and Stanton, with those pesky, clutch homers! Geez, what unreal baseball.

    • Lisa Marino-Molchanova
      Lisa Marino-Molchanova 7 days ago

      @Greysen Gagne Untrue. 59 in 2017.

    • Lisa Marino-Molchanova
      Lisa Marino-Molchanova 7 days ago

      @Paul wid it 2017

  • Bille
    Bille 7 days ago +14

    Aaron Judge at the top step, down 3, cheering his teammates on and not reveling in his accomplishment. This is what legends are made of.

  • D. Smith
    D. Smith 8 days ago +52

    Judge and Stanton are those type of guys who have no haters. Seeing how they carry themselves and show up everyday, makes rooting for them and appreciating their success easy.

    • J C
      J C 4 days ago +2

      They're like Steph Curry. You want to hate em so bad, but you can't help but love em

    • D. Smith
      D. Smith 4 days ago

      @Atreus So let me get this straight: The way they carry themselves on the field as hard workers, good teammates and leaders, and off the field as humble, giving people, is somehow in your pea brain compromised, because they...get injured?
      I really need you to explain if this is how you think. Because if Im wrong, please tell us all how injuries has anothing remotely to do with my comment about their character.
      Actually...nevermind. Dont explain - as Im typing this, I realize I dont even care anymore LOL.

    • Atreus
      Atreus 5 days ago +1

      @Steffrey Greenopane He's due next season for sure.

    • Steffrey Greenopane
      Steffrey Greenopane 6 days ago +2

      @Atreus How many games has Judge missed in the last 2 years?

    • Atreus
      Atreus 6 days ago +1

      How many games per year do they miss combined? Is it more than any other duo of starters?

  • SoCloseToToast
    SoCloseToToast 8 days ago +4

    I'm grinning so hard right now!

  • Marc Paul
    Marc Paul 8 days ago +20

    This game was so emotional. I had tears. Best game Yankee game of the year

  • Titantanic
    Titantanic 8 days ago +6

    This inning was absolutely magical! Aaron Judge making history with his 60th home run and then Stanton with a walk-off Grand Slam!! This moment will go down in history through generations in MLB! And I feel bad for any Yankees fans that were there watching the game and then left in the 7th inning, I feel bad for them haha.

  • Kenny Ruiz
    Kenny Ruiz 8 days ago +22

    I'm not a Yankees fans, but you can't deny the energy in that stadium last night.

  • 이진용
    이진용 8 days ago +12

    Stanton's launch angle on those homers never fail to amaze me

  • daguado87
    daguado87 8 days ago +13

    It's hard not to like the Yankees with a guy like Judge playing for them and doing what he's doing. Hit his 60th and went around the bases like if it was his his 1st of the season. What class!

  • kirsch1616
    kirsch1616 8 days ago +3

    Judge has more class than many professional sports teams combined. Congrats to the young man

  • Sonia’s Way
    Sonia’s Way 7 days ago +19

    Special night in Yankee stadium. Wow!!! What an epic ending, congratulations to Aaron Judge 👏🏼

  • 409 Edits
    409 Edits 8 days ago +3

    One of the greatest innings you'll ever see.

  • Jonathan Vasquez
    Jonathan Vasquez 8 days ago +2

    One of the best 9th innings ive ever seen...probably the best in terms of the scenario and "script like" drama. So awesome

  • Zenix Saxzon
    Zenix Saxzon 8 days ago +2

    This may have been the greatest inning in the last 10 years for Yankees. Might just propel them to a world series

  • Eric
    Eric 8 days ago +6

    One of the best all-time Yankee classics.

  • Paul Nadolny
    Paul Nadolny 8 days ago +5

    Been watching this team since the 80s and this is one of the greatest single innings of baseball I've ever seen. I will never forget the people that left this game early. Bless their hearts.

  • Hunter Tishler
    Hunter Tishler 8 days ago +7

    I'll remember this night forever. The most historic game I've watched.

    • Juan Santiago
      Juan Santiago 6 days ago

      well if your young u will dozens of innings and games like this....I've been watching the yanks religiously since 1994...and just when I've think the yanks can't do anything greater the I've seen already...something like this happens ....and that's what I tell people that say how can u watch baseball...I say we'll with the yanks every game u can possibly see history

  • The Stuport
    The Stuport 8 days ago +166

    REDS Fan here living in COW-lumbus, Ohio... home of the Triple A Team The Clippers which for many years was the Triple A Team of The Yankees so I hold a spot in my heart for The Bronx Bombers. Strictly as a Baseball Fan, I've been rooting for both Judge and Pujos to reach their individual goals of breaking the records they were each after! Such a Monster WIN for The Yankees.....they really needed this too! Cheers To ALL

    • The Stuport
      The Stuport 7 days ago

      @Aki 53 Salute Aki!

    • Aki 53
      Aki 53 8 days ago +1

      Tip my cap 🧢 to you my friend Yankee fan here

    • Joseph Sein
      Joseph Sein 8 days ago +1

      #28 💍 🗽

    • The Stuport
      The Stuport 8 days ago

      @Boy1Da I have ALWAYS loved hearing Tom Hamilton call The Cleveland Games! Salute from I-71 in the middle of Buckeye Country!

    • Boy1Da
      Boy1Da 8 days ago +8

      Cleveland guy here, from cleveland. Hate the Yankees, but also excited to see history.

  • Jordan Maxwell
    Jordan Maxwell 8 days ago +122

    🎉🎉🎉🎉🎉🎉🎉🎉 I love being a Yankee fan. Win or lose There’s nothing like the roar of the stadium when something special happens ❤❤❤❤❤❤❤

    • Sam Puccio
      Sam Puccio 8 days ago

      Is fans just know when they hit one out I love it

    • Joseph Sein
      Joseph Sein 8 days ago

      #28 💍 🗽

    • John Riehl
      John Riehl 8 days ago +1

      BOO YANKEES!
      Sincerely, a Red Sox fan.

    • Michael Hofer
      Michael Hofer 8 days ago

      @Anthony S a winnipeg jets fan ..

    • Treytonland Playz
      Treytonland Playz 8 days ago

      @Anthony S sorry if I offend you, but what is the Islanders? Is it the hockey team or smth?

  • Zonga Axor
    Zonga Axor 8 days ago +20

    Just as a fan of baseball. Respect to Nr. 60. What a game. Love from Germany

    • Big Nov
      Big Nov 8 days ago +3

      Same. I'll never root for the Yankees but I'm also not missing a Yankee game because I want to see Judge make history. If I get to watch him hit 62 home runs AND win the triple crown I'll have memories that will last a life time.

    • Joseph Sein
      Joseph Sein 8 days ago

      #28 💍 🗽

  • Baroque Guitarist
    Baroque Guitarist 8 days ago +3

    It’s magical innings and comebacks like this that can turn a struggling team back into a juggernaut. Now Is the perfect time for the team to get hot.

  • BK STAR
    BK STAR 8 days ago +34

    It's the very next day & am still watching the highlights of the so very impressive night for A.Judge & Stanton & my NY YANKEES. Unbelievable.And am saving it. LET'S GO YANKEES BABY!!?

  • Jason Luna
    Jason Luna 8 days ago +3

    This just so happened to be the first baseball game I’ve been too. Good thing I didn’t leave early! Electric!

  • gioele mantovani
    gioele mantovani 8 days ago +2

    My first yankees game at the stadium... no words I LOVE THIS SPORT!!

  • jarell parker
    jarell parker 8 days ago +5

    when the yanks went down 8-4 i said there is still hope and boy was i right. best comeback of the year

  • Jack Maverick
    Jack Maverick 8 days ago +4

    G-man walk off! That ball was in the seats before the pitcher finished turning around to watch it go. :)
    Let's hope this portends the Yankees finishing the season playing like they did starting the season.

  • NewYork Yankees
    NewYork Yankees 8 days ago +1

    Thank you for posting this. Thank you. Really wanted to feel that moment through whole 9th inning.

  • Kevin B
    Kevin B 8 days ago +6

    I love these un-cut innings/plays MLB has been putting out. I can't watch all the games/teams I want to, especially with the playoffs right around the corner. It is a welcome addition to their regular highlight content.

  • Glenn Halila
    Glenn Halila 8 days ago +8

    This is why I love the Yankees! This is such a Beautiful game ending! Congratulations Aaron Judge and Giancarlo Stanton and All of the Yankees organization!

  • Luis Ojeda
    Luis Ojeda 8 days ago +13

    Special night in Yankee stadium. Wow!!! What an epic ending, congratulations to Aaron Judge 👏🏼

  • Frank Hernandez
    Frank Hernandez 8 days ago

    What a special moment watching this inning live with my 2 kids right before going to bed. We were all in disbelief after what these 2 monsters did last night. And we are Astros fans... but who cares, this inning was special!!! Judge is having one of the most memorable seasons in history. Good for him.

  • I like to comment
    I like to comment 8 days ago +1

    WHAT AN AMAZING GAME! I WISH I COULD OF BEEN THERE. 🗽 THE YANKEES WIN, THE YANKEES WIN! WOW! ❤

  • Mitrick Roth
    Mitrick Roth 8 days ago +6

    He seems like such a humble dude. He and Rizzo have made me a Yankees fan. Good luck the rest of the way Bombers from an old Cubs fan.

  • Greg Lee
    Greg Lee 8 days ago +9

    The most underrated duo in baseball history.

  • Chris M
    Chris M 8 days ago +1

    This team has been special all year. Finally getting healthy when we need to make a run.

  • youcanttunafish
    youcanttunafish 6 days ago

    Gotta love those Yankees!! And Judge is so humble. When it was his 60th home run, he seemed so shy and then when the team won, he was all smiles! No steroids, no cheating. THIS is baseball.

  • Alfredo: Acosta, Beneficiary aka DJ Bugnhard

    Been a Yankee fan since the early 70s. This is no question the best inning I've ever seen.

  • Wayne J
    Wayne J 6 days ago

    Ty for posting this. Sooooo gratifying to re-live this half inning. As a life-long Yankees' fan, it ranks at the very top, esp for a regular season game. Pure Magic! Go Yankees!

  • PilcrowDesigns
    PilcrowDesigns 8 days ago

    Crazy, history making inning. Fun to watch regardless of what team is your favorite.

  • Jack Wein
    Jack Wein 8 days ago

    This was legendary🎉 inning to remember for decades!

  • Sean Lee
    Sean Lee 7 days ago +1

    This 9th inning... I probably woke up ALL my neighbors with the shouting and jumping... I must've watched this video 30 times. It will definitely go down as one of the greatest Yankee moments in history!

  • Sonia’s Way
    Sonia’s Way 7 days ago +1

    🎉🎉🎉🎉🎉🎉🎉🎉 I love being a Yankee fan. Win or lose There’s nothing like the roar of the stadium when something special happens ❤❤❤❤❤❤❤

  • Jacob Roseman
    Jacob Roseman 8 days ago +1

    Easily the most magical inning of baseball I’ve ever watched

  • MKF30
    MKF30 8 days ago +6

    One of the best comebacks this year!

  • nomedigaasi
    nomedigaasi 8 days ago +3

    I’m a Mets fan but this Yankees game victory was one for the ages! Judge hitting his 60 homer and Giancarlo’s grand salami for the capper was a game where fans got their money’s worth!

  • Robert Sanders
    Robert Sanders 8 days ago

    ( Life-long Dodgers fan here ) Judge seem's like a good kid, so I'm happy for him, Staton is a beast as well 💪 For a long time I've been hoping for a Yanks vs Dodgers WS, but a couple of DIRTY team's kept that from happening, praying that doesn't happen this go-round 🤞🙏

  • alexdotdash
    alexdotdash 8 days ago +1

    Wish I was at this game! I watched it on TV...what an insane ending!

  • A Nutcracker Named Cosmo's Nickel

    "If you left early tonight, I'm really sorry." Cone with the line of the night. 😆

    • Robert Szekely
      Robert Szekely 8 days ago

      If anyone left early, they are kicking themselves right now.

  • mansees
    mansees 8 days ago +2

    What a week for NY sports. The Jets victory out of nowhere and now the Yankees winning this one in walk off fashion.

  • Raptor Blue
    Raptor Blue 4 days ago +1

    One of the greatest 9th innings I have ever seen!

  • Mr. Palabras
    Mr. Palabras 8 days ago

    I love Aaron... he's so humble and powerful at the same time. God bless him... So sad, Yankee has lasted so long to pay him what he deserves...

  • jeff leaf
    jeff leaf 8 days ago

    I'm not a Yankees fan, but Aaron Judge is having a historic season. What a moment tying Babe Ruth's record at Yankee Stadium.

  • wellsure folks
    wellsure folks 8 days ago

    This game is a truly magical and historical game. It’s a, “I was there game”. Many people, for a long time will remember this game. It’s not possible to not see how special this game was-

  • Rich Strobel
    Rich Strobel 8 days ago

    Congratulation Yankees fans. That was a great game and an awesome ending.

  • jonteh
    jonteh 8 days ago +1

    Incredible game, maybe one of the best of the year.

  • Ryan Levin
    Ryan Levin 8 days ago +2

    One of the greatest innings ever

  • Anthony Saponaro
    Anthony Saponaro 7 days ago

    Would you just take a moment to just watch Judge's excitement for the game !
    That is absolutely genuine !

  • Mario Gutierrez
    Mario Gutierrez 8 days ago +1

    Can we take a moment to appreciate the fact that not once in 60 HRs has the guy shown up a pitcher, exaggerated a bat flip, or hammed it up during a HR trot? He rounds those bases the exact same boring way every single time.
    Young players take note: Just like Mariano never showed up a hitter, true greatness doesn't need to show off. Do your job quietly and let everyone else dish out the superlatives.

  • Lucas Halwen
    Lucas Halwen 4 days ago

    Probably the greatest inning I've watched in baseball!

  • Michael Miranda
    Michael Miranda 8 days ago

    All baseball fans have to appreciate this ! Insane what a great sport

  • Daniel G
    Daniel G 8 days ago +1

    I can just keep rewatching this over and over. Insane

  • legessi
    legessi 2 days ago

    That swing should be classified as a work of art. Effortless swing, rear leg load, all lower body power.

  • mark b
    mark b 8 days ago +1

    I had to laugh when I heard David Cone say, after Judge's historical homer, Stanton's dramatic grand slam and the Yanks' incredible win- "To all the fans who left after the 8th inning- I'm sorry!"
    Actually, he meant "I feel sorry for you, you'll regret that stupid decision the rest of your life!"

  • Man Rod
    Man Rod 8 days ago

    I've watch this at least bout 100 times.Got a hater friend just laughing when the score went up 8-4. What a come back back, My goodness. That was sweet.

  • Andrew Maxwell
    Andrew Maxwell 6 days ago

    I'm a Red Sox fan and I'm honored to have been able to witness this. Truly amazing!

  • Craig Jensen
    Craig Jensen 7 days ago +1

    As a life long Dodgers fan and Yankee's hater, I will graciously admit that AJ and GS's drives were things of beauty. Baseball is such a great game, isn't it. I like Aaron Judge.

  • Striljr
    Striljr 8 days ago

    I was at this game, and after the dreadful outings from the bullpen, the place fell silent with some people even leaving. Me, I stayed in the hall near the exit thinking it was over, but when Judge hit that HR...BOOM! The place just exploded! Went from silent to ecstatic! Walked back to witness it all. That grand salami... couldn't ask for a more epic finish! I almost lost my voice with how excited everyone was!

  • Jay Goonetilleke
    Jay Goonetilleke 8 days ago +1

    What an inspiring game Mr. Judge hit 60 and Mr. Stanton hit walk-off grand slam. We Yankee fans will be talking for next 100 years. Judge and Stanton practicing sportsmanship. Yanks shows courage, sacrifice, determination, commitment to till last at bat. Cheers

  • Larry N
    Larry N 8 days ago +4

    3 different Yankees with 60 or more HR's. No other AL team has even 1 of those.

  • Edward Chen
    Edward Chen 8 days ago

    What a night. Congratulations to the Yankees

  • Benjamin Monessa
    Benjamin Monessa 8 days ago

    One of the best innings of all time.

  • Robert Strait
    Robert Strait 8 days ago +10

    What a great athlete. Also a humble and model citizen. Never hear anything about him off the field except that's suspicious, derogatory or questionable. Kudos to his parents!

  • Calla -Live Vlog
    Calla -Live Vlog 7 days ago +1

    IF YOU WERE A KID AT THE STADIUM ON A NIGHT LIKE THIS, IS ONE OF THE GREASTEST MEMORIES YOU'LL EVER HAVE, YOU'LL STILL REMEMBER EVERYTHING LIKE IT JUST HAPPENED,, MY FIRST TIME IN THE ORIGINAL STADIUM WAS 58 YRS AGO, SEPT 1964, THEN SEEING MANTLE HIT A BLAST, HIS FAMOUS HR TROT I CAN STILL REMEMBER THE SMELL,THEY SEEN A ONCE IN A LIFETIME GAME, LOVE IT

  • Lancey Rocks
    Lancey Rocks 8 days ago +1

    What a great win by my 2nd fav MLB team after my hometeam Blue Jays.
    This is a perfect inning!
    Who ever got that 60th HR ball by Judge is now a rich guy

    • Erik Estrada
      Erik Estrada 8 days ago

      He gave it back to Judge and the clubhouse, said "its Judge's history not mine"... still got a sweet signed ball and bat though.

  • Think and Grow Rich
    Think and Grow Rich 6 days ago +1

    That has to be the Inning, and the Game, of the Year
    60th HR and a walk-off Grand Slam, at home.
    Unfortunately, this happened for the Yankees.....😞

  • Tyrone Smith
    Tyrone Smith 8 days ago +1

    It was this homer by Judge that turned this whole game around. The rest of the team fed off of the energy and they came from behind to win this game!!!

  • Salt and Sandals
    Salt and Sandals 8 days ago

    Truly an amazing game. Following Judge's amazing season from India and then this happens.

  • Goony Tunes
    Goony Tunes 2 days ago

    Wow even as a Jays fan this is special to watch!! Congrats Judge!!

  • Greg H
    Greg H 7 days ago

    That is an amazing accomplishment. They pretty much have to make him MVP at this point. No asterisk on this one.

  • Anduril Designs
    Anduril Designs 6 days ago

    These moments are what baseball is capable of producing every once in a while that no other sport can match. I remember Koufax' perfect game on my birthday and Gibson's homer.

  • Doug
    Doug 8 days ago +1

    Forget the homers for a moment, can we talk about how ridiculously good hitting .389 is?

  • jb Yesterday
    jb Yesterday 8 days ago

    .....and I get the feeling it's just what The Bombers needed to take them down the homestretch, right on through to the playoffs & to the big dance ! Congratulations Aaron & Giancarlo !!!

  • James
    James 5 days ago

    I live outside Toronto and I'm a long time Yankees fan, attending the Blue Jays games Monday and Tuesday when the Yankees come for the final series of the season, really hope Judge can wait to make history and finally do it in Toronto with me in attendance to witness HRs #61 and #62, Go Yankees Go!! MVP right there!!

  • baseballman74
    baseballman74 8 days ago +1

    grown men playing the game and happy as the kids they once was! priceless!!!!

  • Kevin Snipes
    Kevin Snipes 8 days ago

    That was so enjoyable to watch. I love baseball!!!

  • Tucker Jonietz
    Tucker Jonietz 8 days ago

    Was at the game last night and the energy was ridiculous. 2 MORE HOMERS JUDGE U GOT THIS!!!!

  • J C
    J C 4 days ago

    Instant Yankee Classic. They'll be showing reruns of this game on YES Network in 20 years