The New York Yankees slugger took 430 feet from Pittsburgh's Will Crowe to a 3-1 sinker in the left field seats starting the 10th inning.

Aaron Judge hit his 60th Grand Slam on Tuesday night, matching Angel Ruth and leading one of Roger Maris' American Association season records.

The New York Yankees slugger took 430 feet from Pittsburgh's Will Crowe to a 3-1 sinker in the left field seats starting the 10th inning.

The judge's third Grand Slam in two games and a ninth Grand Slam in September excited the swarm by shouting at Yankee Arena.

He addressed the prayer for a drape call regardless of New York's 8-5 deficit.

He reached Ruth's all out for the Yankees in 1927, and has 15 games remaining thanks to Maris' perfect coordination and superior performance for New York in 1961.

Judge drives significant ties with 128 RBIs and is among the AL batting pioneers with .316 normal, chasing for the main Triple Crown since Detroit's Miguel Cabrera in 2012.

Roger Maris Jr. Also, Kevin Maris, the child of the previous player, was both available.

Aaron Judge hits 60th homer, records American League season

There were fans standing on the outfield seats when the judge came to the plate.