Matt Angle

Orioles observations: Judge hits 2 homers -- one them 495 feet -- giving him 8 vs. O's this season

Orioles observations: Judge hits 2 homers -- one them 495 feet -- giving him 8 vs. O's this season

The only good news for the Orioles about their 14-3 loss to the New York Yankees is that they won't have to face the Yankees — or see rookie slugger Aaron Judge — again until the first week in September.

The Yankees hit four homers Sunday and a total of 12 in the three-game series — two of them by Judge to give him a major league-leading 21 home runs this season.

"He's a good player," Orioles manager Buck Showalter said of Judge. "Believe me, I can break it down all you want to, but he's a big, strong man who puts some pretty good swings on baseballs and is making guys pay for a lot of mistakes we're making. I don't feel like...

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