top of page
file.jpg
  • Writer's pictureSSTN Admin

Quick Hit: 60 in 154? Try 147.

Aaron Judge hit #60! And Giancarlo Stanton hit a WALK OFF GRAND SLAM to win the game for the Yankees! WOW!

 






7 Comments


Robert Malchman
Robert Malchman
Sep 21, 2022

BTW, it is worth noting that Judge is now leading the AL in homers, RBI and batting average. 15 more games.

Like
Robert Malchman
Robert Malchman
Sep 21, 2022
Replying to

No, he's one of the Yankees who have exhibited nothing but guts this year. He's worth over 9.5 wins. If he'd gone down for the season and you had a replacement-level player like Andujar or sub-replacement like Florial playing for him, the Yankees would be in third place in the East, two games behind the Rays for the last Wild Card slot. The gutless contingent are all those who, despite Judge, "led" the Yankees to a 10-18 August.

Like

Mike Whiteman
Sep 21, 2022

Talk about an action packed inning!

Like

etbkarate
Sep 21, 2022

Wow

Like

fuster
Sep 21, 2022

that ending was too much


for cynical adult New Yorkers


it was something for the kids

Like

Ethan Semendinger
Ethan Semendinger
Sep 21, 2022

Absolute madness.

What a 9th inning.

Like
dr sem.png

Start Spreading the News is the place for some of the very best analysis and insight focusing primarily on the New York Yankees.

(Please note that we are not affiliated with the Yankees and that the news, perspectives, and ideas are entirely our own.)

blog+image+2.jpeg

Have a question for the Weekly Mailbag?

Click below or e-mail:

SSTNReaderMail@gmail.com

SSTN is proudly affiliated with Wilson Sporting Goods! Check out our press release here, and support us by using the affiliate links below:

587611.jpg
583250.jpg
Scattering the Ashes.jpeg

"Scattering The Ashes has all the feels. Paul Russell Semendinger's debut novel taps into every emotion. You'll laugh. You'll cry. You'll reexamine those relationships that give your life meaning." — Don Burke, writer at The New York Post

The Least Among Them.png

"This charming and meticulously researched book will remind you of baseball’s power to change and enrich lives far beyond the diamond."

—Jonathan Eig, New York Times best-selling author of Luckiest Man, Opening Day, and Ali: A Life

From Compton to the Bronx.jpg

"A young man from Compton rises to the highest levels of baseball greatness.

Considered one of the classiest baseball players ever, this is Roy White's story, but it's also the story of a unique period in baseball history when the Yankees fell from grace and regained glory and the country dealt with societal changes in many ways."

foco-yankees.png

We are excited to announce our new sponsorship with FOCO for all officially licensed goods!

FOCO Featured:
carlos rodon bobblehead foco.jpg
bottom of page