TORONTO - When Aaron Judge hit his 60th home run of the time to tie Angel Ruth's enchanted number on September 20

it seemed as though Judge would match Roger Maris' number 61 any moment.

Judge's notable crush came at the highest point of the seventh inning in Toronto on a 3-2 pitch against Tim Mezza of the Blue Jays.

The appointed authority embraced the two in the stands, balancing the bases.

The last player to score as many homers as judged before Wednesday night was his ebb and flow colleague Giancarlo Stanton,

who scored 59 with the Marlins during the 2017 Public Association MVP season.

What's more, when Stanton was only 60, nothing eased back the appointed authority in 2022

The appointed authority turned down the Yankees' seven-year,

$213.5 million expansion on First day of the seaso after the Outfielder made a bet on himself and chose to move to a free organization.

Aaron Judge hit his 61st home run of the season in the seventh inning against the Blue Jays on September 28, 2022, breaking Roger Maris' Yankees and American Association records.