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How Many Bombs Does Judge Have Left in his Bat?

Punching his ticket to the 50-home run club with yet another impressive power surge, Aaron Judge has officially broken Mark McGwire’s record for home runs as a rookie and with a handful of games remaining on the Yankees’ regular-season schedule, he still has time to add to his tally.

Bovada has set the OVER/UNDER at 51.5 for his final total but if you think he tops that number you’ll have to lay some chalk at -175.

Looking at his remaining games, the large-statured slugger will get at-bats against the Rays and Blue Jays – ninth and 18th respectively in home runs allowed – but it’s difficult to tell just how many plate appearances he’ll see with the postseason just around the corner.

Given the value being offered on the UNDER, you might want to have a roll on that side of things. Judge is a streaky hitter and his recent power surge – seven bombs in his last seven games – could stop at any time.

Don’t be surprised if this guy keeps snapping, though. He has mastered the long fly ball and he looks locked in right now. All of his remaining games will also come at Yankee Stadium, a ballpark in which No. 99 has hit 31 of his 50 homers and where he owns a 1.150 OPS.

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Odds as of September 26 at Bovada

  • OVER 51.5 -175
  • UNDER 51.5 +145

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