The Yankees slugger demonstrated during his rookie season in 2017 that he was one of the best power hitters in the league with 52 home runs, a then-rookie record.
With only 671 games played in his career, Judge reached 200 home runs the second-fastest of any player.
He is now competing for even more historic sites. In MLB history, just five players have hit 60 home runs.
Judge is currently travelling there. He will find it difficult to surpass the record for the most home runs in a season, but
He's working hard to beat Roger Maris' American League record of 61 runs, set in 1961.
Through September 16, Judge had played 140 games and hit 57 home runs. The regular season for the Yankees in 2022 has 18 games left.