‘They come with us everywhere’ Aaron Judge Provides Insight into the Life of a Devoted Dog Dad to Penny & Gus, Offering a Glimpse into the Yankees Star’s World

Penny and Gus, two Dachshund puppies, are proudly owned by Yankees captain Aaron Judge. Judge has frequently been seen playing catch in the outfield at Yankee Stadium with his dogs during the past few seasons.

When questioned about his animal friends during an interview with the YES Network, Judge responded as follows:

Aaron Judge with his dogs Penny and Gus (Source: Instagram/ Aaron Judge)

“They’re doing fantastically. Even though they haven’t been on the field in a while, I have to get them back out there. But, since they are two wonderful dogs, we will undoubtedly see them here soon.

“They travel with us everywhere; they stay by our side when we are at home and on the road. We are eagerly anticipating our unmistakable presence in Arlington.”

When Aaron Judge announced that Gus and Penny would be joining him in Arlington for MLB All-Star Week, he was even providing an update. Just as much as they adore the Yankees captain, fans adore both dogs.

This season, Judge has led the Bronx Bombers in many ways. He had a weak start to the campaign, but during the last two months, he has been playing at an elite level. For the handsome slugger, a home run every game is becoming standard procedure.

Since the Yankees have dropped their last four games, all of which were played at Yankee Stadium, they have been having a difficult break in the league. On Thursday, the Cincinnati Reds achieved an improbable series sweep against them. To make matters worse, the Boston Red Sox, their bitter rivals in the AL East, defeated them 5-3 in the opening game of a three-game series on Friday.

Aaron Judge has led the squad from the front and leads the MLB in оffensive statistics despite the team’s persistent shortcomings.

Aaron Judge, the captain of the Yankees, is putting up incredible оffensive stats in 2024.Aaron Judge’s goal of breаking his own American League record of 62 home runs, which he set in 2022, almost seems to be his only motivation. This season, he is leading the оffensive stats, ranking first in OPS (1.123), RBIs (83), and home runs (32).

With a batting average of.310, he will be the main reason for the NY Yankees to have a successful postseason run in 2024 if he continues to play at a high level.