It was almost as if he had hit a home run when he walked through the concourse at Globe Life Field.
He had hit the big one.
Youmans made the catch of a lifetime Tuesday night when he caught the ball New York Yankees' Judge launched for his 62nd home run.
The historic souvenir came sailing into the front row of Section 31 in left field, a drive Judge hit to lead off the second game. He caught it on the fly.
There is no way to tell what the ball could be worth. Youmans was asked what he was going to do with the prize after taking the ball to be verified.
It was a good question. He didn't think about it.
Judge denied having possession of the home run ball after the Yankees lost.
He wasn't sure where it was at. We won't know what happens with that. It would be nice to get it back, but it's a souvenir. They have every right to be happy that he made a great catch.
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The crowd of 38,832 was the largest at the ballpark.