Aaron Judge’s Wife Samantha Goes Viral After Latest Home Run (Photos)

Aaron Judge's Wife Samantha Goes Viral After Latest Home Run (Photos)

In the midst of a strong season by the New York Yankees, superstar slugger Aaron Judge has stolen the show.

On Thursday he missed his 61st home run of the year by roughly five feet – but his squad still ended up clinching a playoff berth in the process.

Even sweeter, the victory came against the trainwreck that is the Boston Red Sox.

Earlier this week Judge recorded his 60th homer of the year in a dominant victory over the Pittsburgh Pirates. Shortly thereafter, an image of him embracing his wife Samantha went mega-viral:

Samantha keeps a very low profile on social media, so this glimpse at the happy couple was a welcome sight. The only time fans had ever previously seen such an up-close look at her and her beau was when they got frisky at a party not long ago.

There are some photos of them floating around, but not a ton:


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Big picture, partners and spouses in Major League Baseball often soak up a lot of attention. Justin Verlander’s wife Kate Upton’s wild pool video got a lot play recently. Ditto for Alex Rodriguez’s now ex-girlfriend’s racy photos.

But Samantha, for the most part, keeps it super low key.

As Judge continues to chase home run number 61 and the Yankees advance in the playoffs, it will be interesting to see if fans will get more of a glimpse into Samantha and her personality.

If the Yankees win it all this year, she and her beau could become the biggest power couple in all of sports.

Will it happen? Time will tell.

But are things lining up perfectly for them at the moment? Absolutely.

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Carlos Garcia

A longtime sports reporter, Carlos Garcia has written about some of the biggest and most notable athletic events of the last 5 years. He has been credentialed to cover MLS, NBA and MLB games all over the United States. His work has been published on Fox Sports, Bleacher Report, AOL and the Washington Post.
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