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#Sean McDonough tired of ESPN’s Aaron Judge homer chase cut-ins

“Sean McDonough tired of ESPN’s Aaron Judge homer chase cut-ins”

ESPN announcer Sean McDonough is tired of Aaron Judge’s home run chase.

ESPN has done cut-ins on its broadcast, even during the middle of other live games, to make sure viewers have a chance to witness history for the past two weekends. 

While calling Ole Miss vs. Kentucky Saturday, Sean McDonough wasn’t too heartbroken after receiving news about the Yankees going into a rain delay. 

“Oh, what a shame,” McDonough said sarcastically after hearing Yankee Stadium was being tarped because of rain.

The Yankees and Orioles ended up playing the game, but Aaron Judge didn’t homer in the Bombers’ 8-0 victory. The Yankees superstar only has five more games to break the record.

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ESPN’s Sean McDonough isn’t too pleased with his network doing cut-ins for the Aaron Judge homer chase.

New York Yankees designated hitter Aaron Judge celebrates his 61st home run with teammate Aaron Hicks in the seventh inning against the Toronto Blue Jays at Rogers Centre in Toronto, Canada on Wednesday.
Aaron Judge hit his 61st homer of the season on Wednesday against the Blue Jays.

Despite keeping up his batting average, Aaron Judge has been scarce in his homer hitting as of recently.
Despite keeping up his batting average, Aaron Judge has been scarce in his homer hitting as of recently.

Previously, while Judge was looking for his 61st homer of the season last week, though, ESPN cut-in Judge hitting a fly-out while Wake Forest drove in an integral touchdown against No. 5 Clemson.

Judge hit his 61st homer of the season on Wednesday, which tied Maris’ American League record that’s been in place, coincidentally, for 61 years.

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