Aaron Judge's assault on the record books positions the Yankees for a Royals sweep.

THE NEW YORK A few former Yankees players acknowledged that while they were pleased to see Old-Timers' Day return to the Bronx, they were fine without the Old-Timers' Game this year.

Who could blame them for wanting to skip the exhibition game given the performance Aaron Judge has put on over the past month?

In Saturday's 8-2 Yankee victory over the Royals, Judge provided two dozen veteran players and 44,081 spectators with another highlight-filled outing,

preparing New York for its attempt at a four-game sweep on Sunday.The former first baseman for the Yanks, Tino Martinez, said of him, "He's unbelievable" (1996-2001).

In the second inning, Judge's two-run home run off Kansas City starter Jonathan Heasley marked the most recent development in his quest to break the team's single-season home run record. 

 With 42 for the year, he fell 19 short of Roger Maris' 61 Yankee/American League record.

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