It was only a matter of time until Aaron Judge broke Statcast. The Yankees’ rookie slugger has been hitting MLB’s longest home runs and cranking the highest-velocity batted balls all season. And on Friday night in Seattle, Judge hit a blast that Statcast couldn’t even track.

Judge a homer that nearly left Safeco Field, landing in the second-to-last row of the left field seats. Check out the absurd dinger, good for Judge’s MLB-leading 31st of the year:

Judge drove in four runs on the night, leading the Yankees to a 5-1 win over the Mariners.

[MLB]

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