Many college football fans -- and even some announcers -- displayed their frustration with having their games cut into for Aaron Judge at-bats Saturday.
As NFL RedZone cut to a double box Sunday, host Scott Hanson made sure to inform viewers that a second football game was coming in, not a live look at Judge's latest at-bat:
Judge is currently tied with Roger Maris for both the New York Yankees' and American League single-season home run records at 61.
In recent days, there's been a debate about whether there's enough of an appetite of those not already watching Yankees games to have ESPN or ABC cut into whatever event is currently airing to show each Judge at-bat. There's also been discussion about how historic Judge's 62nd home run will really be, given that he'll still be quite a ways off the MLB single-season record of 73 home runs set by Barry Bonds in 2001.