Aaron Judge Family, Parents, Wife, Siblings, Biography & More

Aaron Judge

Aaron James Judge is an American professional baseball outfielder.Aaron Judge Family, Parents, Wife, Siblings, Biography & More checkout here.On September 28, 2022, Judge tied the record of 61 regular season home runs in the American League, set by Roger Maris, 61 years before.Judge won the American League (AL) Rookie of the Month Awards for April, May, June, and September, as well as the AL’s Player of the Month Award for June and September, and was also named AL Player of the Month in May and July 2022.

Judge stands 6 feet 7 inches (2.01 m) tall and weighs 282 pounds (128 kg), making him one of the largest players in MLB.In baseball, he was part of the Linden High School team that made the California Interscholastic Federation Division III playoffs.

Aaron Judge Biography

Real NameAaron Judge
Birthdate 26 April 1992
Age (2022) 30 years
Place of BirthLinden, California, United States
NationalityAmerican
EthnicityNot Known
Marital Status Married
Spouse/PartnerSamantha Bracksieck
ChildrenNot Known
Father NameWayne Judge
Mother NamePatty Judge
EducationGraduation
ProfessionBaseball outfielder
Last Update2022

Judge became the third MLB player in American League (AL) history to hit 60 home runs in one season, 95 years after Babe Ruth did it. On September 20, 2022, he hit a left-field home run off Pittsburgh Pirates pitcher Wil Crowe at Yankee Stadium. On September 28, Judge hit his 61st home run of the season off Tim Mayza of the Toronto Blue Jays, tying Roger Maris for the most home runs in a single season in American League history.

Early Life and Education

Aaron Judge was Born on 26 April 1992 in Linden, California, United States.He set a school record for touchdowns (17) in football and led the basketball team in points per game (18.2). In baseball, he was part of the Linden High School team that made the California Interscholastic Federation Division III playoffs.Judge graduated from Linden High in 2010.

Various colleges recruited Judge to play tight end in football, including Notre Dame, Stanford, and UCLA, but he preferred baseball. The Oakland Athletics selected him in the 31st round of the 2010 MLB draft, but he opted to enroll at California State University, Fresno (Fresno State) to play for the Fresno State Bulldogs baseball team in the Western Athletic Conference (WAC).

Aaron Judge Family and Parents

Aaron Judge with Parents
Aaron Judge with Parents

Aaron Judge Parents are Patty Judge (Mother) and Wayne Judge (Father).His Mother Patty is a Teacher and Wayne Judge is also a school teachers from Linden, Calif.He has a older brother John, a 36-year-old teacher living in Korea, is also adopted.He very close her parents and enjoys spending time with them. His parents always supported his career.

Aaron Judge Wife, Is Aaron Judge Married

Aaron Judge with Wife
Aaron Judge with Wife

Aaron Judge is Married with his beautiful wife Samantha Bracksieck.The couple quietly tied the knot during a small ceremony in Hawaii. According to our Database, He has no children.

Aaron Judge Physical Appearance, Height and Weight

Aaron Judge
Height (Approx)2.01 m
Weight (Approx)128 kg
Eye ColourBrown
Hair ColourBrown
Body TypeFit

Aaron Judge Professional Career

In 2014, he made his professional debut with the Charleston RiverDogs of the Class A South Atlantic League, where he had a.333 batting average (6th in the league),.428 on-base percentage (OBP; 3rd),.530 slugging percentage (SLG; 6th), a.958 OPS, and hit nine home runs with 45 RBIs in 65 games. During the season, the Yankees promoted him to the Tampa Yankees of the Class A-Advance

On September 4, Judge became the first AL rookie since Al Rosen (1950) to record 100 walks in a single season, and the first player in MLB since Jim Gilliam (1953). On September 10, Judge received his 107th walk, the most by a rookie in a season since Ted Williams in 1939. He also became the second rookie in MLB history to hit 40 home runs in a season since McGwire (1987). He joined Babe Ruth (1920), Lou Gehrig (1927), Joe DiMaggio (1937), and Mickey Mantle (1956) as the only Yankees to hit 40 home runs in a season at age 25 or younger.

Judge was dealing with pectoral soreness during Spring Training in 2020. Judge began the delayed 60-game regular season with five consecutive home runs (6 during the span), launching a 419-foot, 108 MPH three-run shot off of Boston Red Sox pitcher Matt Hall.

His streak came to an end on August 3 when he went 2-for-4 with no home runs. It was the longest by a Yankees player since Alex Rodriguez (September 4-9, 2007). On August 14, Judge was placed on the 10-day injured list with a right calf strain. On August 26, he was placed on the 10-day injured list again after straining the same calf against the Atlanta Braves the day he returned. Over the course of 28 games, he slashed.257/.336/.554 with nine home runs and 22 RBI.

Judge was unable to reach an agreement with the New York Yankees on a long-term contract before the 2022 season. According to General Manager Brian Cashman, the team offered Judge $17 million in arbitration and a $213.5 million, seven-year extension. Judge had not disclosed his COVID-19 vaccination status. Judge avoided salary arbitration and signed a one-year, $19 million contract on June 24, with additional $250,000 bonuses for winning the MVP Award and the World Series MVP Award. Cashman refused to comment on whether this affected the negotiations.

On July 30, Judge became the second-fastest player in history to hit his 200th career home run (behind Ryan Howard), launching a two-run shot off of Kansas City Royals reliever Jon Heasley. On August 29, Judge hit a 434-foot home run off reliever Ryan Tepera. He became only the tenth player in Major League Baseball history (and the third in Yankees franchise history) to have multiple seasons with 50 home runs.

On September 7, Judge hit his 55th home run off rookie starting pitcher Louie Varland in the first game of a doubleheader against the Minnesota Twins. He became the fourth player in MLB history to hit 55 or more home runs and steal 15 or more bases in a single season, joining Babe Ruth (1921), Sam Sosa (1998), and Ken Griffey Jr. (1997-98). On September 18, Judge hit his 11th single-season multi-home run against the Milwaukee Brewers (home runs 58 and 59 on the season) to tie the multi-home run record.

Judge became the third MLB player in American League (AL) history to hit 60 home runs in one season, 95 years after Babe Ruth did it. On September 20, 2022, he hit a left-field home run off Pittsburgh Pirates pitcher Wil Crowe at Yankee Stadium. On September 28, Judge hit his 61st home run of the season off Tim Mayza of the Toronto Blue Jays, tying Roger Maris for the most home runs in a single season in American League history.

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