The Yankees Hit Unbelievable 1,729 Feet (!!) Of Dingers To Extend Baseball’s Longest Winning Streak

New York Yankees Home Run Aaron Judge

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DON’T LET THE NEW YORK YANKEES GET HOT! The Bronx Bombers lived up to their moniker on Friday night and won their 13th-straight game.

New York has won 25 of its last 30 games and the active winning streak is the longest in Major League Baseball this year. Gerritt Cole struck out nine batters in six innings against the A’s to earn the team’s 13th win in a row and reached 200 strikeouts quicker than any player in franchise history in a single season.

Remember when people said that he was bad?!

Although Cole was impressive, it was the bats that got things going.

Four Yankees went yard in the game and each one was monstrous.

In total, Giancarlo Stanton, Luke Voit, Aaron Judge and Kyle Higashioka hit an astonishing 1,729 feet of home runs. That equates to an average of 432.25 feet per bomb.

Stanton got the party started in the fourth inning.

It’s astonishing how massive the man is. He barely flicked the bat and it was a 472-foot no-doubter. He knew it.

Two batters later, Voit crushed one.

With two runners on base in the fifth, it was time for everybody to rise. Judge crushed another tater deep to center.

With a chance to put the game away in the ninth, Higgy joined in on the fun.

Each of the Yankees’ four home runs went more than 400 feet to total 1,729. That’s more than five football fields. To recap:

  • Giancarlo Stanton — 472 feet
  • Luke Voit — 437 feet
  • Aaron Judge — 413 feet
  • Kyle Higashioka — 407 feet.

After everybody counted them out and put the coaching staff on the hot seat, New York leads the Wild Card race and sit only four games back in the AL East.

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