Judge’s ‘big’ judge kicked out Judge’s jersey… When he expressed dissatisfaction with the strike decision, he ordered him to leave… Judge left for the first time in his career


Aaron Judge (New York Yankees), the “Home Run King Judge,” was sent off for the first time in his career.
In the bottom of the seventh inning of the Yankees vs. Detroit held at Yankee Stadium in New York, New York on the 5th (Korea time).

Detroit Tigers pitcher Tyler Holton’s fastball from a 3-2 full count touched the outer home plate boundary. The old umpire Ryan Blakney wasted no time shouting for a strike.

Judge, who had been struck out by rookie, said something to the centripetal and walked to the dugout. At this time, the centripetal ordered Judge to leave. It was because Judge said something in his ear.

When Judge was announced to leave the team, Judge immediately returned to the center and made a complaint, and Yankees manager Aaron Boone ran out. Yankees teammates in the dugout also shouted.

The centerpiece’s decision was somewhat ambiguous, but the centerpiece consistently called the outside pitch a strike.

In the end, Judge was sent off for the first time in a nine-year major league career. 먹튀검증

Judge posted two hits and an RBI in four at-bats on the day, raising his batting average to 0.209.

“I had my say. I could have said a lot worse,” Judge said after the game, according to Yahoo Sports. “I try not to make a fuss in those situations. So I was a little surprised it happened. I respect the referees. Their work is tough.”

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