Did Aaron Judge sets record for most consecutive games with strikeout by non-pitcher in a single season?

In the same game New York Yankees' Aaron Judge slugged his American League-high 37th home run -- a 457 foot drive into the third deck of Citi Field -- he set a dubious strikeout record.

In his final at-bat of Wednesday's game against the New York Mets, Judge set a single-season mark for a non-pitcher by striking out in his 33rd straight game. Judge broke the record previously held by Adam Dunn in 2013.

However, it should be noted that Dunn’s streak is actually 36 games, stretching to the end of the 2012 season. Judge has struck 159 times, or once every 2.6 at-bats, this season, second most in the majors. However, he said the strikeouts don't bother him. Read more at USA TODAY.

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