It’s hard to pick who’s on a better run right now, the Yankees or Aaron Judge.
Judge, with chants of “MVP” growing louder by the at-bat, even with the Yankees on the road at Camden Yards, homered twice on Tuesday, as the Yankees continued their torrid start with a 5-4 win over the Orioles.
The Yankees have won eight of their past nine games and improved to 27-9 for the first time since, you guessed it, 1998.
Judge was a menace throughout the game — his first four-hit game of the season — and was prevented from hitting three homers by the new left-field wall that’s deeper and higher than in the past in Baltimore.
“He almost had three, but the ‘Build your own ballpark’ got him there,’’ Boone said of the new-look Camden Yards left field.
It was Judge’s third multi-home run game of the year.