Aaron Judge Named Unanimous AL Rookie Of The Year

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Aaron Judge set an MLB rookie record with 52 home runs in 2017.(Photo: Gregory Fisher, USA TODAY Sports)

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Aaron Judge began the year just hoping to have a locker in the Yankee Stadium clubhouse. 

He ends it with his own rooting section in right field, a strong celebrity profile, a rookie-record 52 home runs - and the American League Rookie of the Year award. 

Judge, the 6-foot-7, 25-year-old slugger whose "Judge's Chambers" became a Bronx fixture as he kept pounding home runs, on Monday was named the first unanimous AL rookie winner since the Chicago White Sox's Jose Abreu in 2014. He received all 15 first-place votes from the Baseball Writers' Assn. of America. Boston Red Sox outfielder Andrew Benintendi received 23 of 30 second-place votes, while Baltimore Orioles slugger Trey Mancini finished third.

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He also becomes the first Yankee to win the award since Derek Jeter in 1996. While Judge has a long way to go to match the Cooperstown-bound shortstop's two decades of accomplishments, there were times in his rookie year that Judge proved able to handle the spotlight with Jeter's aplomb. 

Even for a guy rightfully concerned he wouldn't make the club out of spring training.

"I’m still sitting back trying to think of what all happened this year," Judge said in a conference call Monday evening. "From battling in spring training, to the highs and lows all year, to the playoffs and coming up short. It’s nothing I ever could have dreamed about. I wouldn’t have changed a thing.

"The highs and lows mold you. It was an incredible year."

At times, Judge made it look easy.

Judge hit the All-Star break with 30 home runs, and commanded significant attention at the Midsummer Classic. The buzz continued after Judge won the Home Run Derby at Marlins Park, but a cold streak dogged the strikeout-prone slugger - he fanned 208 times in 2017- through much of July and August. In one 20-game stretch, he struck out 37 times while batting just .171. 

But Judge got hot again, hitting 15 homers in his final 27 games to zoom past Mark McGwire's rookie record of 49 homers set in 1987. The Yankees, meanwhile, won the wild card game against Minnesota and came within one win of their first World Series appearance since 2009.

They'll try again next year - when Judge will have a solid idea that he'll make the squad from the get-go.

2017 AL Jackie Robinson Rookie of the Year: Aaron Judge. Full voting details: https://t.co/Gp3vMcK1Kq

— BBWAA (@officialBBWAA) November 13, 2017

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2017 AL -- OF Aaron Judge, Yankees
2017 AL -- OF Aaron Judge, Yankees  Brad Penner, USA TODAY Sports>Fullscreen2017 NL -- 1B Cody Bellinger,  Dodgers
2017 NL -- 1B Cody Bellinger, Dodgers  Troy Taormina, USA TODAY Sports>Fullscreen2016 AL -- RHP Michael Fulmer, Tigers
2016 AL -- RHP Michael Fulmer, Tigers  Raj Mehta, USA TODAY Sports>Fullscreen2016 NL -- SS Corey Seager, Dodgers
2016 NL -- SS Corey Seager, Dodgers  Richard Mackson, USA TODAY Sports>Fullscreen2015 AL -- SS Carlos Correa, Astros
2015 AL -- SS Carlos Correa, Astros  Troy Taormina, USA TODAY Sports>Fullscreen2015 NL -- 3B Kris Bryant, Cubs
2015 NL -- 3B Kris Bryant, Cubs  Caylor Arnold, USA TODAY Sports>Fullscreen2014 AL -- 1B Jose Abreu, White Sox
2014 AL -- 1B Jose Abreu, White Sox  Kim Klement, USA TODAY Sports>Fullscreen2014 NL -- RHP Jacob deGrom, Mets
2014 NL -- RHP Jacob deGrom, Mets  Anthony Gruppuso, USA TODAY Sport>Fullscreen2013 AL -- OF Wil Myers, Rays
2013 AL -- OF Wil Myers, Rays  Gail Burton, AP>Fullscreen2013 NL -- RHP Jose Fernandez, Marlins
2013 NL -- RHP Jose Fernandez, Marlins  Steve Mitchell, USA TODAY Sports>Fullscreen2012 AL -- OF Mike Trout, Angels
2012 AL -- OF Mike Trout, Angels  Jayne Kamin-Oncea-, USA TODAY Sports>Fullscreen2012 NL -- OF Bryce Harper, Nationals
2012 NL -- OF Bryce Harper, Nationals  Joy R. Absalon, USA TODAY Sports>Fullscreen2011 AL -- RHP Jeremy Hellickson, Rays
2011 AL -- RHP Jeremy Hellickson, Rays  Mike Carlson, AP>Fullscreen2011 NL -- RHP Craig Kimbrel, Braves
2011 NL -- RHP Craig Kimbrel, Braves  Robert Hanashiro, USA TODAY Sports>Fullscreen2010 AL -- RHP Neftali Feliz, Rangers
2010 AL -- RHP Neftali Feliz, Rangers  Chris O'Meara, AP>Fullscreen2010 NL -- C Buster Posey, Giants
2010 NL -- C Buster Posey, Giants  Mark J. Rebilas, USA TODAY Sports>Fullscreen2009 AL -- RHP Andrew Bailey, Athletics
2009 AL -- RHP Andrew Bailey, Athletics  Al Bello, Getty Images>Fullscreen2009 NL -- OF Chris Coghlan, Marlins
2009 NL -- OF Chris Coghlan, Marlins  David Zalubowski, AP>Fullscreen2008 AL -- 3B Evan Longoria, Rays
2008 AL -- 3B Evan Longoria, Rays  Eileen Blass, USA TODAY Sports>Fullscreen2008 NL -- C Geovany Soto, Cubs
2008 NL -- C Geovany Soto, Cubs  Jeff Curry, USA TODAY Sports>Fullscreen2007 AL -- 2B Dustin Pedroia, Red Sox
2007 AL -- 2B Dustin Pedroia, Red Sox  Charles Krupa, AP>Fullscreen2007 NL --  3B Ryan Braun, Brewers
2007 NL -- 3B Ryan Braun, Brewers  Rob Schumacher, USA TODAY Sports>Fullscreen2006 AL -- RHP Justin Verlander, Tigers
2006 AL -- RHP Justin Verlander, Tigers  Paul Sancya, AP>Fullscreen2006 NL -- SS Hanley Ramirez, Marlins
2006 NL -- SS Hanley Ramirez, Marlins  Luis M. Alvarez, AP>Fullscreen2005 AL -- RHP Huston Street, Athletics
2005 AL -- RHP Huston Street, Athletics  Ben Margot, AP>Fullscreen2005 NL -- 1B Ryan Howard, Phillies
2005 NL -- 1B Ryan Howard, Phillies  Ben Chen, USA TODAY Sports>Fullscreen2004 AL -- SS Bobby Crosby, Athletics
2004 AL -- SS Bobby Crosby, Athletics  Jeff Chiu, AP>Fullscreen2004 NL -- OF Jason Bay, Pirates
2004 NL -- OF Jason Bay, Pirates  Gene J. Puskar. AP>Fullscreen2003 AL -- SS Angel Berroa, Royals
2003 AL -- SS Angel Berroa, Royals  Tony Dejak, AP>Fullscreen2003 NL -- LHP Dontrelle Willis, Marlins
2003 NL -- LHP Dontrelle Willis, Marlins  Alan Diaz, AP>Fullscreen2002 AL -- 3B Eric Hinske, Blue Jays
2002 AL -- 3B Eric Hinske, Blue Jays  Rick Stewart. Getty Images.>Fullscreen2002 NL -- RHP Jason Jennings, Rockies
2002 NL -- RHP Jason Jennings, Rockies  Gene J. Puskar, AP>Fullscreen2001 AL -- OF Ichiro Suzuki, Mariners
2001 AL -- OF Ichiro Suzuki, Mariners  Elaine Thompson, AP>Fullscreen2001 NL -- 1B Albert Pujols, Cardinals
2001 NL -- 1B Albert Pujols, Cardinals  Lenny Ignelzi, AP>Fullscreen2000 AL -- RHP Kazuhiro Sasaki, Mariners
2000 AL -- RHP Kazuhiro Sasaki, Mariners  John Froschauer. AP>Fullscreen2000 NL -- SS Rafael Furcal, Braves
2000 NL -- SS Rafael Furcal, Braves  John Bazemore, AP>Fullscreen1999 AL -- OF Carlos Beltran, Royals
1999 AL -- OF Carlos Beltran, Royals  Tony Dejak, AP>Fullscreen1999 NL -- RHP Scott Williamson, Reds
1999 NL -- RHP Scott Williamson, Reds  David Kohl, AP>Fullscreen1998 AL -- OF Ben Grieve, Athletics
1998 AL -- OF Ben Grieve, Athletics  Susan Ragan, AP>Fullscreen1998 NL -- RHP Kerry Wood, Cubs
1998 NL -- RHP Kerry Wood, Cubs  Fred Jewell, AP>Fullscreen1997 AL -- SS Nomar Garciaparra, Red Sox
1997 AL -- SS Nomar Garciaparra, Red Sox  Winslow Townson, AP>Fullscreen1997 NL -- 3B Scott Rolen, Phillies
1997 NL -- 3B Scott Rolen, Phillies  Scott Martin, AP>Fullscreen1996 AL -- SS Derek Jeter, Yankees
1996 AL -- SS Derek Jeter, Yankees  Ron Frehm, AP>Fullscreen1996 NL -- OF Todd Hollandsworth, Dodgers
1996 NL -- OF Todd Hollandsworth, Dodgers  Alan Mothner, AP>Fullscreen

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