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What are the odds Aaron Judge hits home run No. 61. against Boston on Thursday?

Aaron Judge is still sitting on 60 home runs after neither of his two hits on Wednesday night left the yard. And while his night was productive, it was a rough end of the day for the many who wagered on him to crack his 61st homer of the season.

Judge and the Yankees are back at it again, though, on Thursday night when they host the Boston Red Sox. Should you bet on him again to hit a home run and surpass the mark Babe Ruth hit in 1927?

If you think the answer is yes, know that his odds are hovering around +230 at BetMGM, which are longer, but more rewarding, than his +195 odds from Wednesday.

Also know that Judge is going to face Red Sox starter Michael Wacha on Thursday, who he is 0-14 lifetime against.

But there’s a first time for everything. Are you betting on tonight to be the night?

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