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Aaron Judge Sets Single-Series Postseason Strikeout Record

by: Darrelle Lincoln On  Thursday, October 12, 2017

Divisional Round - Cleveland Indians v New York Yankees - Game Four

Aaron Judge has cemented himself in the postseason record books forever. Except, it’s not a category he will ever tell his kids and grandkids about.

The New York Yankees slugger is now the proud owner of the record for most strike outs in a single series in MLB postseason history. Judge set the new mark after striking out for a third time during Game 5 of the ALDS on Wednesday.

Judge would later add another strikeout, just to make sure that record was his, putting him at 1-for-18 with 15 K’s in the ALDS. That is impressive-ly bad.

No one is surprised by this, seeing as how he struck out 208 times during the regular season.