Cheap Authentic NFL Steelers Womens James Conner Jerseys 2017

The man with the No. 1 selling NFL jersey in America is a player many fans have never even heard of. At least, not yet.

We’re talking about James Conner, the former University of Pittsburgh standout who was drafted by the Steelers in the third round of the 2017 NFL Draft. How did the 105th overall pick, a rookie destined to serve as Le’Veon Bell’s understudy in a best-case scenario, suddenly become so popular? As you might guess, there’s more to the story.

Conner was a standout running back for Pitt — the 2014 ACC Player of the Year, in fact — who saw his life and football dreams upended when he was diagnosed with cancer in 2015. He won a furious battle with Hodgkin’s Lymphoma, got back on the field for Pitt and led the team in rushing in his final season with the Panthers before turning pro. When the Steelers called his phone this spring, it was a fairytale come true for the hometown kid from Erie.

Conner’s Pennsylvania roots and inspirational story merged to make the rookie’s jersey a hot property. How hot? Conner No. 30 is now moving more paper than Brady No. 12.

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MIAMI — All rise. Again, again and again. Aaron Judge lived up to the hype of his remarkable rookie campaign by slamming nearly four miles of home runs on Monday evening at Marlins Park, including four drives of more than 500 feet, crowning the Yankees’ slugger as the newest champion of the T-Mobile Home Run Derby.

Judge overcame 22 first-round blasts from Justin Bour of the Marlins and a dozen long balls from the Dodgers’ Cody Bellinger in the second. Judge slammed 11 homers in the finals to defeat Miguel Sano of the Twins, finishing with 1:53 still on the clock.
“I had no pressure going into it. I’m a rookie,” Judge said. “This is my first time doing it. For me, I’ve got no expectations. I’m just going to go in there and have some fun and see what we can do tonight. It was a blast. I enjoyed every minute of it — watching the other guys swing, coming here early and talking to the media. Everything about today was fantastic.”

An anticipated matchup between Judge and hometown hero Giancarlo Stanton of the Marlins never materialized, as last year’s champion was knocked out in the first round by Gary Sanchez, 17-16.
“I honestly didn’t think about [facing Stanton],” Judge said. “I was trying to get out of the first round.”
Judge wins 2017 HR Derby
Judge wins 2017 HR Derby
Aaron Judge makes his presence felt in Miami, launching 47 home runs en route to the 2017 T-Mobile Home Run Derby championship
• Sanchez stuns Stanton, but falls in Rd. 2
Judge was initially booed but won over the crowd of 37,027, hitting a total of 47 homers against just 29 “outs.” The first rookie to win the Derby outright (the Angels’ Wally Joyner was a co-champion in 1986), Judge hit 16 homers with exit velocities of 115 mph or harder, and to all fields of the ballpark.
Judge receives trophy from Torre
Judge receives trophy from Torre
MLB executive and former Yankees manager Joe Torre awards Aaron Judge the 2017 T-Mobile Home Run Derby title
“He’s so quiet and simple that he looks like a contact hitter trapped in an ogre’s body,” the Rockies’ Charlie Blackmon said. “I don’t know that the game has ever seen a power like that. Stanton has the most velocity, but I think Judge is going to be a really interesting career to follow.”
Statcast: Judge’s 500-ft. homers
Statcast: Judge’s 500-ft. homers
Statcast measures the hitting metrics on 2017 HR Derby champion Aaron Judge’s four longest homers, each flying over 500 feet before landing
And Judge faced a significant challenge before he even stepped to the plate, watching from the batting cage as Bour put 22 on the board. The 6-foot-7, 282-pound Judge responded with 23, including a 501-foot blast that cleared the home run sculpture in left-center field.
“Once Justin put on that show like that, I just had to go to work,” Judge said. “I was having fun out there and just had to go to work.”
Judge skies one into roof
Judge skies one into roof
Aaron Judge hammers a ball off the roof en route to his Round 1 win in the 2017 T-Mobile Home Run Derby
As he did in batting practice, Judge clipped the roof with a drive. Because it did not count, Judge was told he had only tied Bour with five seconds remaining. He easily cleared the center-field wall with his final swing.
“I think I still had the 30-second bonus left, so I really didn’t have any worries,” Judge said.
Judge faced a less daunting challenge in the second round, producing a baker’s dozen — including blasts of 501, 504 and 513 feet — before defeating Bellinger with a 507-foot drive to left field.
Judge caps off Round 2 win
Judge caps off Round 2 win
Aaron Judge takes Round 2 with a mammoth 507-foot home run to advance to the Finals in the 2017 T-Mobile Home Run Derby
The 507- and 513-foot drives are the two longest home runs ever tracked by Statcast™ — in the regular season, the postseason or past Home Run Derbies. Judge now has the four longest blasts tracked by Statcast™ in the Derby, and the only four Derby homers hit at least 500 feet.

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“I don’t know what to say,” Bellinger said. “What do you say after those balls?”
Both Judge and Sanchez opted to have their regular batting-practice pitcher, Danilo Valiente, toss to them in Miami. Judge said that the 51-year-old Valiente has a knack for finding the barrel of his bat.
“He’s a fantastic coach and a better person,” Judge said. “He’s always looking out for me. He goes the extra mile for anything. During the game I go down there and he’s doing soft toss, throwing me a little bit of BP during games. I am glad I was there with Danilo.”
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Judge on 2017 Home Run Derby win
Aaron Judge talks about taking home the trophy in the 2017 T-Mobile Home Run Derby at Marlins Park
Stacked end to end, Judge’s homers traveled 3.9 miles and would have enough distance to reach from home plate at Marlins Park into nearby Biscayne Bay.
“He’s an animal,” Sano said. “The first time I saw Aaron Judge hit BP, I could tell he was a monster.”
Judge’s 23 first-round homers marked the third-best round in Home Run Derby history, trailing only Josh Hamilton’s 28 in 2008 and Bobby Abreu’s 24 in 2005.
Even after the unforgettable display, Judge still appeared to have energy left in the tank, suggesting that he may already be ready to defend the title.
“I try to take everything one day at a time. That’s what’s helped me along this first half of the year,” Judge said. “I have had wonderful people help me out through the years. And I can’t thank them enough for where I’m at right now.”