What the puck?
Yankees outfielder Aaron Judge doesn’t just catch balls. He was spotted at a new Rangers season finisher game getting a puck that flew over the glass, spies told Page Six. Also, he didn’t require a glove.
Judge was in the stands at Madison Square Garden with his significant other, Samantha Bracksieck, when the puck went flying.
“During the primary time frame, a puck was rifled directly over the glass, right at Aaron, and he barehanded it,”
a government agent told Page Six.
“It resembled a slapshot. It would’ve taken somebody out assuming that it hit them in the head, however he got it.”
We’re informed Judge gave the puck to a youthful fan close by named Noah, the child of force PR professional Ron Berkowitz.
We additionally hear that Judge wasn’t finished exciting fans in the stands. He additionally got a Rangers T-shirt which he then threw into the group.
Rangers T-shirt which he then tossed into the crowd.
During the game on Thursday, Judge also sat with fellow Yankees stars Anthony Rizzo and DJ LeMahieu to see the Rangers beat the Penguins. The Bronx Bombers even had their own beer chugging competition with the crowd cheering them on.
Rizzo easily won the chug, reported The Post, while Judge and LeMahieu went down to the wire – but LeMahieu beat him to finish second. The three brought the crowd to its feet.
Unfortunately the Rangers then headed to Pittsburgh to lose their next game against the Penguins without the Yankees as lucky charms.
Either way, the baseball stars had a lot to celebrate at the hockey game since their team has the best record in baseball this season, and Judge has hit nine homers. They played the Texas Rangers on Sunday.