We’re not even at the All-Star break, and Aaron Judge already has the New York Yankees single-season record for home runs.

Judge cranked his MLB-leading 30th homer of the season on Friday night at Yankee Stadium, breaking Joe DiMaggio’s rookie record. Here’s video of the 432-foot, 110-mph blast:

How about a Korean call of the homer too, because why not?

ESPN Stats & Info notes that Judge is the second rookie to reach at least 30 dingers before the All-Star break, with Mark McGwire hitting 37 in 1987 (he’d finish with 49):

And Judge is the second Yankee to ever hit at least 30 before the All-Star break, joining Roger Maris (he hit 61 that year; you may have heard about it):


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