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After hitting his second home run in as many games against the New York Mets...

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this week in the Subway Series, the top New York Yankees player now has 48 total home runs.

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His 453-foot shot into the stands for his MLB-leading 48th home run enabled the Yankees 

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to win game two of the series against their cross-town rivals and complete the sweep.

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After going nine games without a home run, Judge now has two in as many days, 

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putting him back on course to break Roger Maris' historic AL record of 61 home runs in a single season from 1961.

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The Yankees have now won three consecutive games for only the second time since 

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the All-Star break, and they presently lead the AL East by an eight-game margin.