When ESPN repeatedly paused the Clemson-Wake Forest game last weekend to highlight Aaron Judge's at-bats as he chased his 61st home run, it infuriated many college football fans.
According to Andrew Marchand of the New York Post, ESPN will be cutting all weekend as Judge attempts to hit his 62nd home run of the year,
which would break both the franchise record and the American League record.
On Wednesday night, Judge smashed his 61st home run of the year, tying Roger Maris for the all-time Yankees record. It's a noteworthy accomplishment.
However, given that he is still far off the Major League Baseball single-season record, is it really worth the frequent cut-ins?
Many sports fans appear to share that sentiment, especially considering how simple it would be for them to watch the Yankees game if they so desired.