Yankees’ Aaron Judge still angers college football fans far and wide

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Someone give me a stick so I can shake it at TikToker. Damn young people with apps that let you do multiple things at once and decide for yourself what you want to see. You don’t know what it’s like to be entertained by the only television in the cave, and your dad tells you to stop changing channels during commercials because the flipping is bothering him.

That’s why we need historic moments in our national pastime to be included in whatever sports broadcast we’re watching. We all want to see history when Sammy Sosa or Mark McGwire go through 61 home runs for the first time.

For the second week in a row, MLB, Yes Network, and ESPN decided to cut college football broadcasts and split-screen to watch Aaron Judge on the field for the past week, attempting his 62nd finish. in this season.

Luckily, the moment the referee failed to get the ball over the fence didn’t interrupt key moments like they did in a 51-45 double overtime horror during a college football game in conference involving a team that has a chance in the College Football Qualifiers. That still hasn’t assuaged the fury of college football fans, with one of their Saturday 13-14 days once again besieged by Northeastern elites and their pets. surname.

I imagine that Judge’s criticisms would be a bit more muted if he was really chasing a record. The single-season MLB record at home belongs to Barry Lamar Bonds since his second game on October 5, 2001. Unlike Reggie Bush, the Bonds’ record has not been revoked by MLB. Instead, he and several other legends were shamed for saving the sport after Jerry Reinsdorf and other franchise owners tried to kill it with a 1994 strike. self-righteous to know that they don’t test for PED. Instead of “cleaning up the game,” professional baseball has largely become a regional game that hasn’t evolved with the times.

So of course a football fan from the state of Texas, Oklahoma, MIssissippi, and Kansas might have little interest how much will it be in the end so that Judge doesn’t break the MLB record. It has nothing to do with them. It’s not cool to see a Yankees game broadcast in whatever town they’re watching the game, even if hitting 60+ home runs is always an impressive feat. . The young people who watched to watch those college football games had all the regional pride and school spirit of the fans who came before them, but also had time to joke about both the Judge was thrown around and the most unlucky fraternity war ever took place.

The best that Judge at-dats can do is one of those split-screen ads in official soccer and basketball reviews. Except instead of Jake selling you State Farm with Patrick Mahomes and Aaron Rodgers dopplegangers bath bombs, Aaron Judge says “Remember these headbands? They used to make you feel something whether you were a band fan who wanted to feel like a winner or a hater who envied our dozens of championships and thought the rule about Facial hair is stupid. Well, I’m built like Rob Gronkowski, and I’ve been tossing baseball to the top of the atmosphere all year trying to convince all the sports fans to come back to baseball these playoffs. Cheer me on or stoke your hatred of the New York Yankees through me, but for the love of God, watch! ”

Just like most commercials (someone get me my stick back) I remember when you couldn’t avoid it, and you’re so happy you got the chance to see the frogs call Bud-Weis- uur. Young people, do not respect what is forced on their screen whether they ask for it or not.


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