Nick Ballistreri says that bettors have to jump on the back of ‘Monster’ New York Yankee Aaron Judge and ride his heater all the way to the bank
Remember Aaron Judge? Of course you do. The 6’7” monster is hard to miss, and as a New York Yankee, he gets plenty of camera time. The only downside to Judge’s career to this point has been injuries. When healthy, such as he was in the 2017 campaign, he rakes.
In 2017, Yankees fans argued he should’ve won MVP. As an unbiased observer, I’d have to agree. He hit .284, smacked 52 home runs, and drove in 114 runs. He ended up finishing 2nd in MVP voting to Jose Altuve, but in this scenario, what goes around comes around. Altuve got the MVP, but the Astros got caught cheating. Go figure. The scariest thing about Aaron Judge right now? He’s healthy, and he’s had a start to the 2020 season for the ages.
In 8 games, Judge is batting .290 with 6 home runs and 14 runs batted in. Looking at his advanced numbers, he leads the league in slugging percentage and OPS, with a .903 and 1.275 respectively. He’s homered in 5 straight games…yes you read that right. And after smacking two home runs, including the game-winner last night against Boston, he’s on fire.
If you took the Yankees to win parlayed with a Judge home run in the last 3 games, you could’ve turned $300 into $1,435. Nice payday.
July 30th: Home run + Yankees win +300
July 31st Home run + Yankees win +430
August 1st: Home run + Yankees win +405
If you hit on these, congratulations. If you didn’t, now is your chance to make up for your mistakes. He is showing no signs of slowing down. He’s seeing the ball well, and as Yankees fans know, when Judge is pulling home runs, he’s locked in. Both of his home runs on Sunday were to left field. The man is hot, and is showing no signs of cooling off.
The Yankees play the Phillies tonight. Jake Arrieta is on the bump for Philly, and he isn’t the same pitcher he used to be. In an injury shortened season in 2019, Arrieta pitched to a 4.64 ERA with 1.4 HR/9. He’s susceptible to the long-ball, and Aaron Judge is waiting for him.
Tonight, Aaron Judge is +295 to hit a home run and the Yankees to win. This is a solid bet for a multitude of reasons. First, the Yankees are 7-1 and have won 6 games in a row. Judge has homered in 5 straight games, and the Phillies have only played 3 games total this season due to Covid-19. This is a mismatch on paper, and I wouldn’t be surprised to see Judge run into another shot tonight.
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Hot streaks like this don’t come often, so if you like baseball, you must be enjoying this show Judge is putting on. As a Yankee fan, this is music to your ears, and as a bettor who hates the Yankees…you might as well get some money out of this.