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Aaron Judge's 61st HR another murky milestone for MLB

Aaron Judge made baseball history with homer No. 61 and the joy was palpable in Toronto

Aaron Judge made baseball history with homer No. 61 and the joy was palpable in Toronto. But baseball has a unique and sometimes infuriating habit of being unable to completely enjoy its biggest moments. The New York Yankees slugger tied Roger Maris for the American League single-season home run record. Many believe if Judge hits No. 62, he should also have a rightful claim to Major League Baseball's homer record because higher totals are clouded by PED suspicions. That meant tainted greats Barry Bonds, Mark McGwire and Sammy Sosa were also discussed plenty in the moments after Judge touched home. Read more

It was hard not to think about Saudi-funded LIV Golf at the Presidents Cup. Not because the disruption cost the International team at least four players. LIV Golf's slogan is “Golf, But Louder.” That comes naturally at an event like the Presidents Cup. And it's even louder at the Ryder Cup. Nothing is more entertaining than team golf once a year. So even though the Americans won for the ninth straight time, no big fixes are needed for the Presidents Cup. It's a stage for world-class players, and it can be exciting, even those moments were lacking this time. Read more

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