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Yankees set home run mark in June

The New York team won their match 22 of the last 27 challenges

Thanks to home runs by Aaron Judge and Giancarlo Stanton against the Oakland Athletics, the New York Yankees reached 57 homers in the month this Wednesday to establish a home run record in June.

The troop led by Aaron Boone left behind the record shared between the Baltimore Orioles and the Atlanta Braves, according to the Major League portal.

"The judge" fired his "home run" number 29 of the 2022 Major League Baseball (MLB) season.

According to Baseball SavantJudge's connection, in the first inning off A's starter Cole Irvin, posted an exit velocity of 111.3 miles per hour and traveled 429 feet.

For his part, Stanton, who has homered in five games, reached 19 hits from four corners. According to the aforementioned account dedicated to advanced statistics, the powerful outfielder's 19th shot went out at 105.7 miles per hour and traveled 391 feet at Yankee Stadium.

The New York team defeated (5 to 3) their Californian counterpart and won their match 22 of the last 27 challenges.

As for home games, the Yankees came through the big door in 19 of 21 games. During that span, the Bronx ninth produced 111 to 46 opponents.

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The victory in this game was taken by Jameson Taillon (9-1), after a five-inning job in which he allowed seven hits, allowed three runs, gave away two walks and struck out six rivals. The loss went to Irvin (2-6) and the save went to Clay Holmes (14).

With this victory, the Yankees improved their record to 56-20 to continue exhibiting the best record in the MLB.

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