Aaron Judge’s unforgettable night It also included a viral connection with fan Cecilia Jacobs at Fenway Park on Tuesday.
During the Yankees’ 7-6 win over the Red Sox Judge hit his 56th and 57th home runs of the season such as He continues his pursuit of Roger Maris’ record of 61.The 30-year-old foreign player high-fived Jacob as she filmed the celebrations near the dugout.
“Once it hit a home run, I immediately started making movies,” said 19-year-old Jacob. He remembered the athletics. “We were all screaming and so happy. The first time we tried for a high-five (Judge Homered) didn’t come, but the second time he passed, and I was shocked.
Although the opportunity for Jacob to meet with a judge is now never lost on her phone and online, it never was. Jacob’s seat was her friend’s brother, Lucy Nuttall, a few hours ago. But when Nuttall’s sibling bowed out on Monday, Jacob scored the seat instead.
Jacobs, a Manhattan native who attends Brown University, said she was in “disbelief” after moments with the judge.
“You see him go out to take a high-five,” she said of her own footage. But you don’t see him going for a high-five. But then you hold my hand, like shaking, frozen in the air, because I’m in disbelief that my hand stayed there for about five seconds.
Jacobs wasn’t alone in that sentiment, as Yankees fans took to social media on Tuesday to express their excitement for the quick trade.
“Loved her face after the high five,” one fan commented On the YES Network Instagram pageAnother said, “I don’t know. hardly ever. You were more jealous of man.
Judge is now four homers away from tying Maris’ record of 61 home runs in a season. The Yankees wrap up their two-game series against the Red Sox on Wednesday night before traveling to Milwaukee.