Unforgettable moment in Major League Baseball History took place Tuesday night at Globe Life Field in Arlington, Texas.

Aaron Judge hit his 62nd home run of the season, breaking Roger Morris’ 61-year-old AL single-season record. Cameras zoomed in on Judge as he trotted around the bases, grinning from ear to ear as the entire Yankee dugout ran to greet the new AL home run king.

It was a moment that baseball fans across the country will be talking about for days, weeks, months and years.

So what about the man who caught Judge’s home run?

This lucky person is Corey Youmans, a Texas Rangers a fan who happened to be perfectly positioned in the front row of Section 31 in left field when the umpire launched #62 into the stands.

According to A the Associated Press reportsowner of a sports memorabilia auction house, says he offered Youmans $2 million for Judge’s 62nd home run.

J. P. Cohen, president of Memory Lane Inc. in Tustin, Calif., told The Associated Press that he sent text and email messages to Youmans about purchasing the ball. Cohen says Youmans has yet to respond.

“I think the offer is way above what’s fair if he’s inclined to sell it,” Cohen told the AP in a telephone interview on Wednesday.

Youmans, from Dallas, works in the financial world. He was asked on Tuesday what he planned to do with the prize while security took it away to confirm its authenticity.

“Good question. I hadn’t thought about that,” he said.

The record price for a home run ball is $3 million, paid for Mark McGwire’s record 70th ball from the 1998 season.

Cohen previously pledged to offer $2 million for Judge’s 62nd homer. He said his company has a good relationship with the Yankees and would be willing to loan the team a ball for an exhibition. He added that the team often displayed Memory Lane items at Yankee Stadium.

“We made an offer of $2 million, and that offer still stands,” Cohen said.

After the Yankees were down 3-2, Judge said he didn’t own the home run ball.

“I don’t know where it is,” he said. “Let’s see what happens with this. It would be great to have it back, but it’s a souvenir for the fans. He made a great catch and they have every right to do so.”

Youmans was among a crowd of 38,832 that was the largest to watch a baseball game at the stadium in three years.

The Associated Press contributed to this report.

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