‘It’s a broken record’: Punchless Yanks fall to .500

'It's a broken record': Punchless Yanks fall to .500

Telling reporters that “we’re not showing up,” and “we’re not capitalizing on what we need to,” New York slugger Aaron Judge and the Yankees (60-60) fell to .500 on Tuesday after a 5-0 loss to the Atlanta Braves in which they totaled just one hit.


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