Aaron Judge Home Run Odds: Will Yankees Slugger Hit No. 62 Monday at Rangers?
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Aaron Judge Home Run Odds for Monday
Betting on Aaron Judge's home run prop is heating back up with just a few games left for the Yankee slugger to make history.
At BetMGM, every bet on Aaron Judge's home run prop tonight against the Texas Rangers has him hitting one.
At Caesars, Judge has 36% of all bets on any player to hit a home run, which is 10 times higher than the next closest player, Jose Altuve. One bettor placed $7,500 to win $20,000 on Judge hitting his 62nd home run of the season tonight, which would break the American League record.
At BetRivers, 96% of money on the prop is on Judge "Yes" to hit a home run. Only 11% of tickets are on "No".
Judge – who tied Roger Maris' single-season record last week – has attracted a ton of money for sportsbooks in recent weeks – so much so in fact, that many no longer offer promotions on his market.
Betting on his HR prop had cooled off a bit over the last few games as he's been frequently walked, though he's still one of the most popular bets over the last month.
Judge to HR is only the 4th most popular MLB player prop @CaesarsSports tonight as he looks for #62.
Huge drop from the last 8 games, when he led daily. https://t.co/GIQEtwDMF4
— Sam McQuillan (@sam_mcquill) September 30, 2022
Early action that sportsbooks are reporting for tonight is, so far, similar to when he was just one away from tying the record.
After tonight the Yankees have three games remaining on their regular season schedule – and three more games for Judge to swing at the record.