Yankees' Aaron Judge Smashes Records Again – Unbelievable Three Homers!

Aaron Judge achieved a historic feat, becoming the first Yankees player to hit three home runs in a game twice in a single season.

Judge's remarkable performance occurred during a game against the Arizona Diamondbacks, where the Yankees secured a 7-1 victory.

He hit a three-run homer in the third inning and a two-run shot in the fifth, both off rookie pitcher Brandon Pfaadt.

Judge completed his three-home run night with a solo drive to the second deck in right field off Slade Cecconi.

Yankees manager Aaron Boone praised Judge's greatness, acknowledging his special place in the team's history.

Judge received a curtain call from the Yankee Stadium crowd, a moment he cherished as a show of appreciation from the fans.

This achievement marked Judge as the sixth player in franchise history to have multiple three-homer games.

Notable Yankees legends like Lou Gehrig, Joe DiMaggio, and Alex Rodríguez had also achieved this feat in the past.

Judge's outstanding performance this season comes despite missing nearly eight weeks due to a right big toe sprain.

Last season, Judge set an American League record with 62 home runs, surpassing Roger Maris' previous record of 61 set in 1961.