Aaron Judge makes his stick do the talking again

Aaron Judge gets his stick talking again

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New York Yankees star Aaron Judge hit his 58th and 59th home runs of the season in a 12-8 win over the Milwaukee Brewers on Sunday at American Family Field.< /strong> 

The 30-year-old outfielder stretched his arms in the third and seventh innings. It's his career-best season in that regard, having kicked the ball out of bounds 52 times in 2017.

He also got a double, which brought his RBI total to four in today's matchup.

Judge wasn't the only homer in the Bronx Bombers' camp. Oswaldo Cabrera, Anthony Rizzo and Aaron Hicks also took advantage of the largesse of opposing gunners to hit home runs.

For the Brewers, Kolten Wong, Tyrone Taylor and Rowdy Tellez hit long runs. The Milwaukee club is at the heart of the fight to reach the playoffs in the National and is currently the first formation excluded in this league.

The victory added to the record of Gerrit Cole (12- 7), while the loss was conceded by Holby Milner (3-3).

The Rays are approaching the Jays

In the race involving the teams drafted in the American, the Tampa Bay Rays approached a half game of the Toronto Blue Jays and the first level.

To do this, the Florida formation has defeated the Texas Rangers 5-3 at Tropicana Field.

Christian Bethancourt and Jose Siri gave the Rays a second-inning lead as they each hit a solo homer. Jonathan Aranda, Manuel Margot and the generosity of pitcher Brock Burke were behind other winners' successes.

Josh Jung and Corey Seager stretched their arms in the loss. It's their third homer and 31st homer respectively this season.

At the mound, Jeffrey Springs (9-4) gave up all three runs for the Rangers on six hits from the safe and passed six rivals in the mitt in five and two-thirds of the way. Brewers starter Glenn Otto (6-9) took the backhand after he went three and a third innings on the mound.