Cory Youmans, the fan who caught New York Yankees slugger Aaron Judge’s 62nd house run on Tuesday, doesn’t know whether or not he’ll preserve the historic souvenir or give the ball again to Judge.
“That’s a superb query,” Youmans advised CNN affiliate WFAA when requested what he’ll do with the ball, saying, “I haven’t considered it.”
Youmans was escorted by safety after catching the ball in Arlington, Texas.
After the sport, Choose was requested if he acquired again the house run ball he hit.
“Not but,” he stated. “I don’t know the place it’s at. We’ll see what occurs with that. It will be nice to get it again, however that’s a memento for a fan. They made a fantastic catch on the market, and so they acquired each proper to it.”
After breaking Roger Maris’ 61-year-old single-season American League house run report, Choose was congratulated by US President Joe Biden in addition to former President Invoice Clinton.
“Congrats @TheJudge44 on house run 62. Historical past made, extra historical past to make,” Biden wrote on Twitter Tuesday.
Clinton additionally tweeted Tuesday, “Congratulations @TheJudge44 on quantity 62! Thanks for giving baseball followers in every single place an exciting season, and sending my greatest for October.”