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Aaron Judge still chasing home run No. 61, here's what fan who catches ball will get

Aaron Judge broke into one of the most difficult lists to be at, the most home runs in a season, and this Tuesday night, a kid by the name of Michael Kessler caught the ball that got Judge into the list, his 60th home run.

Michael Kessler caught the ball easily since he also plays baseball, however, when people were thinking about the profit that the ball could represent but Kessler was not into that at all, proving that he might be one of the few true fans that baseball might have.

He did not receive economic payment

Kessler did not receive payment, however, he received something way more meaningful as a true Yankees fan, he got to go meet his hero Aaron Judge who also signed the ball and the bat that he used to get into the coveted home run list.

He's the heart and soul of the team

Before meeting Judge he spoke to the press and they asked him what he would say to Aaron Judge if he'd met him, to which he promptly responded 'I would ask him to stay because he is the heart and soul of the team.'

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Barry Bonds wants Aaron Judge in San Francisco

The list is helmed by none other than San Francisco Giant, Barry Bonds, who spoke about Aaron Judge getting close to the record, and instead of having a grudge or discouraging the player, he actually praised him and encouraged him to consider moving to San Francisco and joining the team that watched him retire.

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