Aaron Judge Height

I just take it one day at a time, try to forget about what I did the day before. Go out there like every day is opening Day.

~ Aaron Judge

American professional baseball outfielder for the New York Yankees of Major League Baseball (MLB).  It looks like Aaron has won the genetics lottery. He is a tall, fit, and good-looking man.

But perhaps he is a bit too tall. He is a giant of a man who makes normal people like kids in front of him.

Aaron once mentioned his height as 6 feet and 7 inches and that's how tall he is listed as all over the internet. After taking a careful look at him we don't think Mr. Judge's height needs judging -- he looks that tall. By the way as befitting someone of his stature, his weight is around 280 lb (127 kg).

The height of Aaron Judge is

6'7" or 201 cm

Aaron Judge standing with Tom Brady and Kevin Hart
Aaron Judge standing with Tom Brady (6'4½"), and Kevin Hart (5'2½")

Aaron Judge is a thoughtful person. Here are some of his quotes:

Aaron Judge on failure.

To a certain extent, I enjoy failure. It's part of the game. There's always room to grow; there's room to improve.

Aaron Judge on teamwork.

If your team is in the trenches, you've got to be in the trenches with them.

Aaron Judge on grinding it out every day.

You have to earn your job every day.

Aaron Judge on focus.

My main focus is, 'What can I do today to help the team win the ballgame?' You have those blinders on. It helps you focus.

Aaron Judge on good players and great players.

The mental game is what separates the good players from the great players. So anything I can do to get that mental edge to help me stay my best, I'm gonna try and do it.

Aaron Judge on being adopted.

I think it was like, 'I don't look like you, Mom. I don't look like you, Dad. Like, what's going on here?' They just kind of told me I was adopted. I was like, 'OK, that's fine with me.'

Aaron Judge on the Bible verse 2 Corinthians 5:7: “For we walk by faith, not by sight.”

“I try to live my life by it, and always trust the Man above and what He’s got in store for us. We never know what’s around the corner, but if we have faith in Him, He will lead us in the right direction.”

Aaron Judge on consistency.

The biggest thing for me is I want to be consistent.

Aaron Judge on not regretting.

For me, all my negative thoughts that I have about, 'How did you miss that pitch? Why did you miss that pitch? You shouldn't have missed that pitch.' I just kind of sit there and kind of crush it up, and once I'm done doing that... I just kind of toss it aside.

Aaron Judge on his dad pushing him to do his best.

My dad told me, 'If you're going to go out there and play baseball, or you're going to play basketball or football, work hard at it no matter what. I want you to have fun with your buddies, but you have to put in the time because this is your craft.' He didn't just want me to be good. He pushed me to that next level.

Aaron Judge on his love of music.

If I'm sitting at home playing video games, and I've got a couple of minutes to myself before bed, I'm listening to music and put a couple of playlists together. I'm passionate about music.

Aaron Judge on his mindset.

It doesn't really matter the score or the situation: I got a job to do.

Aaron Judge on the ultimate thing about playing games.

In my early work, my time in the batting cage, that's serious, and that's when I feel like I'm really working. That's where I have to lock in on my approach, make sure my mechanics are right and make sure my mindset is right for the upcoming game. But then, when the game comes up, it's a game! You're supposed to have fun when you play games.

Aaron Judge on his passion.

That's one thing that's a passion for me: teaching.

Aaron Judge on improving himself.

I've just got to stay patient, take my walks when I can, hunt the mistakes, and get on base.

Aaron Judge on his motivation.

Even though it feels like you are so far away from the big leagues, my love for the game kept me motivated to get through the hard times in the minors.

Aaron Judge on keeping everything simple.

I just try and keep everything simple.

Aaron Judge on his dad.

My dad was my role model; he always did the right thing.

Aaron Judge on the ultimate thing about games.

You're always still trying to win a job. That's everyone's mindset: come in here and fight for your job, win a job.

Aaron Judge on an ideal mindset.

That mindset never changes. It should never change. If you've been in the league for 14 years or been in the league not even a day, you should have that mindset that you're going to go out there and prove yourself and earn a spot.

Aaron Judge on the lessons he has learned.

I think that is one thing I've picked up: follow a routine, be consistent, and everything is going to fall in place. If you are scrambling around, and you are late for stuff, that adds extra stress, and you have to go out there and hit a 97 mph fastball.

Aaron Judge on the game within the game.

Ever since I was a little kid, that intrigued me. The game within the game was the biggest thing. A lot of people don't see the little things we do within a game.

Aaron Judge on staying composed for the baseball game.

In baseball, you have to remain calm, cool, and collected. In football, you can let out a little angry sometimes. It was a fun game, and I liked it, but I knew in my heart I was going to play baseball.

Aaron Judge loves music.

Everything I do, I'm always playing music. When I wake up in the morning, I'm playing music. When I'm showering, I've got music playing. When I go to the field, music is playing.

Aaron Judge could care less.

I'm not too worried about stats and stuff like that.

Aaron Judge on competition.

There should always be competition. You should never feel comfortable, no matter where you are at. If you are a 10-year veteran, you should not feel comfortable. For me, that kind of just drives me, that kind of unknown of what is going to happen. The unknown is kind of what drives me.