Time to catch our breath. Aaron Judge’s rookie season with the Yankees has been phenomenal. What do you get with a rookie record 52 home runs and 114 RBIs? You get an unprecedented 208 strikeouts during a 37-game early-summer slump that tied another record. And just as he was written off, he blasted 15 round-trippers in September to propel his dormant Bombers back into the postseason, where the team’s haters hope the strikeout king — who figured in Thursday’s loss to Cleveland — is the Judge who shows up.