The Yankees’ star struck out for the 33rd game in a row.
Aaron Judge set a new MLB record during the Yankees’ game against the Mets tonight.
It’s not a good one, though.
New York’s star rookie struck out in the top of the 9th of his team’s 5-3 win. It was his first strikeout of the game. And the 33rd straight game in which he’s K’d at least once.
That’s a new single-season record.
Single season record! Aaron Judge preserves his streak. 33 straight games with a strikeout and he waits until 3-and-2 in the 9th! pic.twitter.com/oUhKRp8Ot8
— Keith Olbermann (@KeithOlbermann) August 17, 2017
How long will this streak go?