Toronto Blue Jays fan is furious after DROPING Aaron Judge’s historic 61st home run

The unlucky Toronto Blue Jays fan is furious after DROPING Aaron Judge’s historic 61st home run… and experts predict it could be worth over $2 MILLION in the future!

  • Aaron Judge hit a historic 61st home run of the season on Wednesday night
  • The explosion tied a 61-year American League record set by another Yankee, Roger Maris, in 1961.
  • And fans in left field at Rogers Center came close to catching the ball.
  • One fan in particular seemed distraught after he evaded his glove.
  • You know the Blue Jays fan who dropped Judge’s historic home run? Contact jake.nisse@mailonline.co.uk
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Aaron Judge hit his 61st home run of the season Wednesday night, tying an American League record of 61, and a Toronto fan came agonizingly close to catching the historic ball.

Judge hit the tie-score, two-run homer off the Blue Jays in the top of the seventh inning, and several fans in left field had their gloves out in hopes of capturing the memory.

But one fan in particular was visibly devastated after turning the ball over despite being in almost perfect position to do so.

The fan in a royal blue jersey and hat came very close to catching the historic ball.

The fan in a royal blue jersey and hat came very close to catching the historic ball.

And he seemed distraught as the meaning of the moment sank in for him.

And he seemed distraught as the meaning of the moment sank in for him.

And he seemed distraught as the meaning of the moment sank in for him.

The man, wearing a Blue Jays jersey and cap, put his hands on his hand after narrowly missing the ball and threw the glove away in disgust, hitting another fan in the head.

Another nearby fan, identified by the canadian press as a man named Frankie Lasagna, he came close to catching the ball and said he specifically bought ringside tickets in hopes of (literally) capturing the milestone.

“Two more feet and I would have had it,” he told the publication.

‘I needed a fishing net and I would have gotten it.’

Ultimately, landing the ball would have been a boon financially for Lasagna and the other unnamed fan, as estimates have said it could fetch more than $2 million at auction.

Judge has seven games left to break Roger Maris’ single-season AL record, and if he does, his 62nd home run will be even more valuable.

The potential record has an estimated value of more than $5 million, according to an expert.

‘Perhaps some collectors believe that Bonds, McGwire and Sosa are the true home run champions. But we debunked that notion for obvious reasons,” said Chris Brigandi, owner of Brigandi Coins & Collectibles, when action network.

“That said, we can expect Judge’s 60th to be valued at over $500,000, 61st at over $2 million, and the record 62nd at between $5 and $10 million.”

Ultimately, no one ended up benefiting from Judge’s record-breaking outburst, as it fell to Toronto bullpen coach Matt Buschmann.

Buschmann handed the ball over to Yankees reliever Zack Britton, who kept it for Judge before giving it to him later.

The coach is married to NFL commentator Sara Walsh, who humorously noted on Twitter how much money her husband had given her.

‘Oh great. Just sent it back without checking if our house is still here?’ she tweeted, referring to the ongoing hurricane in Florida.

Next I would like to announce our divorce.

The Yankees slugger was seen giving the ball to his mother, Patty Judge, after the game, which New York won 8-3.

Judge’s next chance to make history will come Friday at Yankee Stadium against the Orioles.

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