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Bob Costas: "Aaron Judge's 62 Home Runs Feels Legitimate, Feels Authentic"

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Dan Patrick: "What does 62 home runs mean to you?
Bob Costas: "I think it means what it means to most reasonable, fair-minded baseball fans. It feels legitimate. It feels authentic. We can speak euphemistically and say it's the Yankee record, it's the American League record, but it's the record for all of baseball history outside of the late 90's and early 2000's. From 1998 to 2000, in four seasons, three guys combined to have 6 seasons of more than 62 home runs. Whereas, in the entire history of the game apart from that, 3 guys have done it, and barely so!"

On today's edition of The Dan Patrick Show, Dan is joined by legendary announcer Bob Costas to talk about the MLB playoffs, and give his thoughts on Aaron Judge's 62 home runs and what it means for the history of baseball.