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(FOX BUSINESS) – Cory Youmans may have snagged a six-figure tax bill when he caught Aaron Judge's record-breaking 62nd home run Tuesday night at Globe Life Field in Arlington, Texas.
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It all depends on what the Fisher Investments vice president plans to do with the historic ball: give it to Judge and the New York Yankees, keep it himself or sell it for potentially millions of dollars. Memory Lane President JP Cohen told the
Media reports Tuesday night said the Dallas man has not made up his mind. Youmans is married to sports reporter and former "The Bachelor" contestant Bri Amaranthus.
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