Aaron Judge's batting practices are quickly becoming appointment viewing. After breaking a TV during BP at Yankee Stadium in early May, he took his talents to Toronto on Friday by hitting a BP dinger to the upper deck of the Rogers Centre.
As if one show in Toronto wasn't enough, Judge was back prior to Sunday's game against the Blue Jays for a matinee performance, sending two home runs to the Rogers Centre hotel.
The first one may have woken up a few hotel guests sleeping in on a Sunday morning before a 1:08 p.m. ET start time.
Just to be sure everyone was up in time for the game and paying attention to the show, Judge hit another ball to nearly the same spot for good measure.
It's safe to say that fans staying at the hotel prior to Sunday's game did not miss the first pitch after Judge's rude -- but simply spectacular -- awakening.
At this point, Yankees tickets should list the time batting practice starts alongside the time of first pitch. Fans would be well advised to find a spot high in the left-field stands because court is in session.