Watch: Bradley Jr. makes ridiculous leaping catch to rob Judge of HR

That's one way to overrule the Judge.

Boston Red Sox outfielder Jackie Bradley Jr. made his case for best catch of the year on Sunday, robbing New York Yankees slugger Aaron Judge of his 31st home run with a leaping catch at the track. The spectacular grab preserved Boston's 3-0 lead and the Sox would go on to win by that same score.

According to Statcast, the ball had an exit velocity of 107.5-mph, traveled an estimated 411-feet and carried a hit probability of 94 percent.

Not on Bradley Jr.'s watch.

Watch: Bradley Jr. makes ridiculous leaping catch to rob Judge of HR
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