Barry Bonds is securely in the corner of NY Yankees star Aaron Judge as he chases after the single-season homerun record when set by him … stating he desires him to break his record!
“The method he swings, he may also struck one a day and surpass me. I put on’t care. Why not?” the previous Giants slugger told Sportico.
Bonds — who struck 73 crowning achievement throughout the 2001 season, setting the MLB record for the majority of ever in a single season — likewise informed the outlet he wishes to see No.99 in a Giants consistent next season.
“I hope he indications here,” Bonds stated. “Can it occur? I put on’t understand. It depends upon what the Yankee payroll is. But we would like to have him, I’ll inform you that.”
The Yankees outfielder has actually been the very best gamer in the Majors all season — leading MLB in almost every offending analytical classification — and making a major push for the Triple Crown.
FYI, the Triple Crown is extremely unusual and implies a gamer led the league in batting average, crowning achievement, and runs batted in (RBI).
Judge connected Babe Ruth‘s single-season high the other night when he struck his 60th homerun versus the Pirates — pulling him within a dinger of connecting Roger Maris‘ record of 61 homers in one season.
Judge — who refused a seven-year, $213.5 million extension from the Yankees — will be a totally free representative at the end of the season, and Bonds desires him in a Giants uni.
“We in the Bay Area — he’s a Bay Area kid — we hope they put on’t indication him, and we can get him,” Bonds stated. “I would. He’s that great.”
As Judge surrounds Maris and chases after Barry, he just recently stated Bonds striking 73 crowning achievement in a season is the record in his eyes, regardless of others who question the authenticity of it.