The son of Major League Baseball star Roger Maris became quite the irritant during Aaron Judge's quest to break the American League single-season home run record,
inserting himself into the discourse and persistently asserting that his father's 61 home runs were truly the true MLB record.
Anyone thinking that the younger Maris would just fade from view once Judge's pursuit was over was bitterly let down by his most recent Tweet.
After Giancarlo Stanton blasted 59 home runs with the Miami Marlins in 2017, Maris Jr. claimed that Judge
and Stanton were the two "true" single-season home run champions in Wednesday night's postseason game between the Houston Astros and the New York Yankees.
The MLB community quickly criticized Maris for the Tweet, expressing displeasure that he keeps trying to gain attention for his views.