Aaron Judge’s incredible catch through door, wall, and fence makes him a strong MLB MVP contender

Yankees outfielder Aaron Judge has been making headlines recently with his impressive catches, and last night’s game against the Los Angeles Dodgers was no exception. In the eighth inning, Judge crashed through a door in the outfield wall at Dodger Stadium to make what many are calling the potential catch of the year.

The ball was hit deep to right center field by Dodgers outfielder Cody Bellinger, and Judge raced back to make a leaping catch at the wall. However, the momentum of his jump carried him through a door in the fence, leaving his legs dangling on the other side as he held onto the ball.

“I didn’t even realize I went through the door until I felt my legs hanging over,” Judge said after the game. “I wasn’t sure if it was going to be ruled a catch or not, but I just tried to hold on and make the play.”

The catch drew cheers from Yankees and Dodgers fans alike, and Judge’s teammates were quick to praise him.

“That’s just Judge being Judge,” said Yankees catcher Gary Sanchez. “He’s a monster out there in the outfield, and we’re lucky to have him on our side.”

Judge’s catch wasn’t the only highlight of the night, as he also hit his 19th home run of the season to help lift the Yankees to a 4-2 victory over the Dodgers.

With plays like this, it’s clear that Aaron Judge is one of the most exciting players in baseball to watch right now.