r/sports Oct 05 '22

Fan who caught Aaron Judge historic home run not sure what he will do with it Baseball

https://www.cnn.com/2022/10/05/sport/aaron-judge-fan-home-run-spt-intl/index.html
5 Upvotes

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u/Iennda Oct 05 '22

Wow. Killer story, so glad someone wrote about him being unsure.

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u/OptimusSublime Oct 05 '22

Spoiler alert: he's going to insure the shit out of it, and then sell it in the future for a few million.

Or at least be should.

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u/MimonFishbaum Oct 05 '22

He's the VP of a $200BN hedge fund lol. Probably doesn't really matter as much to him as it would to an average person.

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u/dan4223 Oct 05 '22 edited Oct 06 '22

“A” VP in finance a lot different than “THE” VP in most other contexts.

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u/OptimusSublime Oct 05 '22

I always hope the lottery winners are missing teeth...not 200 billion dollar hedge fund managers...what a shame.

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u/Seahawk715 Oct 05 '22

F hedge fund managers. Actively rooting for people’s demise so they can profit off it. I hope the ball disappears and ends up in Judges locker.

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u/tj129 Oct 05 '22

do NOT take it to The Sandlot for a game

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u/Sweaty_Assignment_90 Oct 05 '22

Your killing me smalls

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u/DFWPunk Los Angeles Dodgers Oct 06 '22

His killing you smalls what?