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In his "season for the ages,'' New York Yankees slugger Aaron Judge reached a magical home run milestone indoors at the Rogers Centre.Batting in Wednesday night's seventh inning, Judge launched his 61st home run of the year, a two-run shot to left off Blue Jays' lefty reliever Tim Mayza.Judge's tie-breaking blast sent the Yankees toward an 8-3 victory before 37,008 fans.

In Game 155, Judge moved past Babe Ruth and into a tie with Roger Maris, who set the single-season franchise record with 61 home runs in 1961.

With Roger Maris Jr. in attendance, Judge joined the late Maris for a share of the all-time American League record for homers in a season. 61 since 61

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