RJ Bell: “I hate to say it, but I think all the records have been messed up because of steroid use from past eras. I don’t think I’m rooting for this, I won’t be upset if it happens, he deserves it but I like the old records too. If he beats it, congratulations.”
Scott Seidenberg: “Both homeruns last night were extremely significant that meant something, it’s his 10th multi-homerun game of his career & you have to acknowledge he is close to the Triple Crown! Aaron Judge is making history, he is an absolute lock to win the MVP. We’re never going to see this again with the changes taking place in the MLB next season, players are going to start shortening up their swing instead of hitting homeruns, no one is going to come close to 60 homeruns again.”
Today on Straight Outta Vegas with RJ Bell & the crew talked about Aaron Judge’s chase for 61 homeruns to beat the American League record set by Roger Maris in 1961. Aaron Judge’s odds to win the AL MVP are -6000 & -450 odds to hit over 61 homeruns by the end of the 2022 MLB regular season, October 5th. The guy's debate if records within the MLB are legitimate due to the steroid use from past generations.