33 games in a row with a strikeout.
Aaron Judge the rookie right fielder for the New York Yankees hit a towering home run that traveled 457 feet on Wednesday night landing in the third deck in left. He reached the record in his final at-bat when the Yanks faced their cross-city rival, the New York Mets. Judge was asked if he was knew of the record and he said, "I was told before the game that I tied the record". It was the 33rd consecutive game in which Judge struck out at least once, surpassing the previous record of 32 held by Adam Dunn.
Judge began the streak July 8. He has 37 homers to date this season.
Judge also showed why he's still risky every time he steps to the plate by blasting a 457-foot home run into the upper regions of Citi Field.
Although the strikeout streak was extended, Judge ended one other streak.
Judge has had a rough second half of the season, as he now is hitting.175 with 49 strikeouts since the Midsummer Classic.
Judge is two games shy of the single-season record for consecutive games with a strikeout for any player - 35, set by Montreal Expos pitcher Bill Stoneman in 1971.
Judge has been in a slump since his jaw-dropping Home Run Derby performance.
Judge took a big golf swing ... and he missed.