President Joe Biden, Bill Clinton react to Aaron Judge breaking Roger Maris' home run record




 

It finally happened!

Aaron Judge blasted his 62nd home run of the season Tuesday night in Texas, breaking Roger Maris' New York Yankees and American League single-season record.

It was another special moment baseball fans across the country had been waiting to see over the past six days since Judge hit home run No. 61 to tie the mark.

Social media took notice of Judge's big moment, and many stars, including athletes from Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes to former Yankees legend Derek Jeter reacted to the incredible achievement.

Even President Joe Biden and former president Bill Clinton weighed in on the topic.

This article originally appeared on NorthJersey.com: President Joe Biden, Bill Clinton react to Aaron Judge's HR No. 61

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