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Lot # 919: 2017 Aaron Judge Record Breaking Signed Game Used Lineup Cards (MLB, Steiner & Fanatics)

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Item was in Auction "Spring Classic 2022",
which ran from 5/20/2022 7:00 PM to
6/11/2022 10:00 PM

Offered is an opportunity to obtain two lineup cards from record setting games by Aaron Judge. 1) The official New York Yankee line-up card from the July 7, 2017, game at Yankee Stadium when Aaron Judge set a new homer record for Yankee rookies when he slugged his 30th round-tripper in the Yankee's 9-4 loss to the Milwaukee Brewers, surpassing Joe DiMaggio's 29 home runs in 1936. It took DiMaggio 138 games to hit his 29th home run, but Judge hit his 30th in only his 82nd game, basically halfway through the season. Judge broke the record on a 1-0 pitch from Josh Hader that the outfielder drove over the left center fence. Yankee manager Jore Girardi said," It's pretty unusual what he's done in only the first half of the season." The line-up card features a Yankee logo and shows Judge batting third and playing right field. Judge finished the season with 52 home runs, 128 runs and 114 RBI and was named the AL Rookie of the Year. The line-up card measures 8.5x14", and it is matted and framed at 17.5x23.5". Judge signed the lineup card directly under the line's date, in neat, flowing script with a blue marker. Below the lineup card is a 1.25x6.25" informational plaque that reads," Aaron Judge Signed Milwaukee at Yankees 7-7-2017 Game Used Lineup Card/Broke Joe DiMaggio's Record Since 1941 For Most Home Runs by a Yankee rookie." The line-up card has holograms from SSM and Fanatics. It comes with a Certificate of Authenticity from Steiner Sports Teams Partership Collectibles. 2) The other signed New York Yankee lineup card is from a New York at Boston Red Sox game on August 19, 2017, when Judge set an MLB record for appearing in 36 consecutive games with a strikeout. Aaron batted third and played right field. Judge walked in the first inning off Chris Sale and fly out against Sale in the third. In the fifth inning Sale struck out Judge, giving Judge the consecutive games with a strikeout record. Judge struck out in his next two at bats, but the Yankees won 4-3. The lineup card measures 8.5x14", and the card is framed and matted at 17.5x23.5". A 1.25x4.25" informational plaque below the line-up card reads, "Yankees at Boston 8-19-2017/Game Used Lineup Card/Aaron Judge MLB Record/36 Consecutive games with a Strikeout." The lineup card comes with two holograms, from MLB and Steiner, and it also comes with a Yankees - Steiner Letter of Authenticity.

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