Budding Yankees star Aaron Judge is one of the most powerful hitters in baseball, and he leads MLB with 12 home runs through one month.

That makes his batting practice sessions fun to watch … unless you’re a TV. During Tuesday’s batting practice session, Judge hit a ball into Yankee Stadium’s outfield terrace, destroying a TV.

Even before he hit the TV, Judge’s batting practice session was home run after home run. It was only a matter of time until one of the balls broke something.

Judge went on to hit two home runs later in that game to take the Major League home run lead.

[Sports Illustrated]

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