Aaron Judge Hit A Ball So Far That Statcast Couldn't Track It

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Indeed, the rightfielder isn't going to go homerless in the second half after all.

Aaron Judge hit a colossal three-run homer that almost soared out of Safeco Field, and CC Sabathia won on his 37th birthday as the New York Yankees beat the Seattle Mariners 5-1 on Friday night.

Judge a homer that almost left Safeco Field, landing in the second-to-last row of the left field seats.

An estimate from the Mariners had the Aaron Judge homer at 440 feet.

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They tweeted the video with the caption, "The home run that broke Statcast".

Yankees powerhouse hitter Aaron Judge came within three rows of launching a three-run homer out of Seattle's Safeco Field.

It overshadowed just about everything else, the case in many games this season. The ball ricocheted to second baseman Starlin Castro, who threw back to Headley for what could have been an inning-ending out.

CC Sabathia, celebrating his 37th birthday, overcame some control issues early to pitch five solid innings in which he allowed one run and four hits, improving to 9-3 with a 3.44 ERA. Andrew Moore gave up five runs in his start to fall to 1-2.

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Tommy Kahnle pitched a scoreless sixth.

. Judge had four RBIs.

The home run was the 31st for the rookie this season and gave the Yankees a 5-1 lead in the fifth inning. Ben Gamel is fifth at.319. Mike Zunino then sliced one to left where Frazier, running toward the line, laid out and made a diving catch.

The $517.6-million ballpark was only about a year old.

The Astros took an 8-2 lead into the ninth before Adam Jones hit a two-run double off James Hoyt, and Jonathan Schoop homered with two on against Chris Devenski. Frazier tagged and advanced to third on a flyout to center field by Brett Gardner and, after Gary Sanchez walked, Judge hit a sacrifice fly to center to make it 2-1.

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