In other words, history keeps on repeating itself.
Sara Walsh, a reporter for Fox Sports, tweeted that her husband, Blue Jays coach Matt Buschmann, grabbed the ball after Aaron Judge hit his 61st home run last month, tying Roger Maris.
Bad news is I’m down here in Florida battling a hurricane, but the good news is I can announce my retirement…. pic.twitter.com/gbhFSgDZBL
— Sara Walsh (@Sara_Walsh) September 29, 2022
During Tuesday’s game against the Texas Rangers, Judge hit home run number 62, tying for the American League record. After tweeting this, Bri Amaranthus shared this about her hubby.
THIS IS MY HUSBAND.
THIS IS MY HUSBAND. https://t.co/GNIuP7phnA
— Bri Amaranthus (@BriAmaranthus) October 5, 2022
In the clip, Corey Youmans may be seen. He was removed from Globe Life Field in Arlington, Texas by security.
He answered, “Good question. Actually, I haven’t even considered it!
Judge’s 62nd home run is reportedly worth at least $2 million, per the New York Post. President of Memory Lane, JP Cohen, made the offer before the ball was even in play. If Youmans decides to go this route, it will be interesting to see how much the ball may get at a public auction.
Amaranthus writes about the Dallas Mavericks and Dallas Cowboys for Sports Illustrated. She has worked as a host and reporter for NBC Sports Northwest and appeared on season 22 of “The Bachelor” in 2018.
The Yankees’ final score against the Rangers was 3-2.
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