The Yankees’ rookie tied an MLB record last night.
Aaron Judge was on-pace for a record-setting rookie season the first half of the year with the Yankees.
Last night, he set one.
It’s not a good one, though.
Judge has been struggling since the All-Star break and Tuesday night, he struck out for the 32nd straight game in a row. That ties Adam Dunn’s single-season record.
Aaron Judge has struck out in 32 straight games, matching the MLB single-season record for a non-pitcher (set by Adam Dunn in 2012). pic.twitter.com/DqXLMHLkyg
— ESPN Stats & Info (@ESPNStatsInfo) August 15, 2017
Judge is still on pace for a great season, but he’s starting to come back down to Earth.