Aaron Judge crushed his first home run since winning the Home Run Derby so hard that he apparently actually broke Statcast. It happened in the fifth inning of the Yankees-Mariners game on Friday night. The ball Judge hit almost flew all the way out of Safeco Field, and the Yankees were pretty proud that even the MLB couldn’t figure out how far it went. They tweeted the video with the caption, “The home run that broke Statcast.” Additionally, the Yankees tweeted at the Statcast account and asked if they’re OK. Usually a measurement of some sort is made known fairly shortly after the play. The Yankees had great tweets after that monster homer. Fans on Twitter also freaked out a bit. Incredible.
Jamison Hensley ESPN Staff Writer Close University of Maryland graduate Lives in the Baltimore area with his wife and son Follow on Twitter BALTIMORE -- The Baltimore Ravens donated $1.5 million to keep open the Renaissance Academy High School in Baltimore. The team decided to renovate the high school after Ravens owner Steve Bisciotti was moved by the stories of students at the troubled school and the devotion they showed to the school when officials threatened to close its doors. “We saw it as an opportunity to get involved and where the Ravens could make a difference,” Ravens president Dick Cass told The Baltimore Sun. Last year, school system leaders recommended closing the school, where
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