Aaron Judge Triple Crown Odds: Will Yankees Slugger Win?

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New York Yankees' Aaron Judge hits a single during the sixth inning of the team's baseball game against the Tampa Bay Rays on Saturday, Sept. 10, 2022, in New York.
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Rachael Millanta @rachaelmillanta Sep 21, 2022, 4:50 PM
  • As of Sept. 21, Aaron Judge leads the AL in HR, RBI, and AVG.
  • BetMGM is offering a player prop on if he’ll win the Triple Crown.
  • The most recent Triple Crown was achieved in 2012 by Miguel Cabrera.

Watching Aaron Judge’s stats has become as popular for baseball fans as tracking World Series odds, but what if his incredible home run count and MVP odds weren’t the only things for fans to bet on?

Aaron Judge Triple Crown Odds

As the end of the regular season approaches, Judge is pushing ahead of the league in a number of categories, putting himself in prime position to potentially join an exclusive list of baseball greats — those who’ve won a Triple Crown

As if that isn’t exciting enough, a prop is now available at BetMGM to bet on whether or not he will make it. As of Sept. 21, Judge’s odds to win the Triple Crown are -115, while his odds not to are -105.

For those unfamiliar, a Triple Crown is when a player leads a league in three specific statistics over a single season — home runs, runs batted in (RBI), and batting average. It is one of the rarest achievements in baseball, only having been achieved 18 times in MLB history, most recently by Miguel Cabrera in 2012.

So, could this be Judge’s year?

Could Aaron Judge Win the AL Triple Crown?

There are still 15 games left in the regular season, but as the rankings currently stand, Judge winning the AL Triple Crown is a distinct possibility. He leads the league in home runs (60), RBI (128), and batting average (.316), though only two of those are by a decent margin. 

The biggest threat to Judge earning the Triple Crown is his batting average, since Xander Bogaerts (Boston Red Sox) and Luis Arráez (Minnesota Twins) are right on his tail with .315 and .314 respectively. In order for Judge to hold on to his lead, there’s no room for error. 

This is undoubtedly the best year of Judge’s career so far, and with 15 games left, it could still get a lot better. So, do you think he’ll earn the AL Triple Crown?

Aaron Judge Career Stats

YEARHOME RUNSRBIBATTING AVG
202260128.316
20213998.287
2020922.257
20192755.272
20182767.278
201752114.284
2016410.179

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Rachael Millanta

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Rachael Millanta is a Web Content Writer for BetMGM focusing on Major League Baseball. Her work has been published in SB Nation, McSweeney’s Internet Tendency and Slackjaw Humor. Originally from Sydney, Australia, Rachael now resides in Chicago, Illinois.

Rachael Millanta is a Web Content Writer for BetMGM focusing on Major League Baseball. Her work has been published in SB Nation, McSweeney’s Internet Tendency and Slackjaw Humor. Originally from Sydney, Australia, Rachael now resides in Chicago, Illinois.