The major league Yankees judge hit the 62nd home run of the season against the Rangers on the 4th, breaking the record for the most home runs in the American League for the first time in 61 years.

The Yankees judge started the doubleheader with the Rangers in Texas on the 4th as the designated hitter, and in the first game, he had 1 hit in 5 at bats and no home runs.

In the first at-bat of the second game, the judge caught a sweet slider and brought No. 62 Solo, the first batter home run, to the left stand.

At the moment the ball was hit, the fans who had packed the ballpark, regardless of whether they were friends or foes, stood on their feet, and Yankees players also came out to the ground to greet the judges, hugging and congratulating each other.

For the first time in 61 years, Judge broke the league record set by Roger Maris of the Yankees in 1961.

The major league record is 73, set by Barry Bonds in 2001, with one game left in the regular season.

In this year's American League, the season MVP = between Judge, who set a historic record by mass-producing home runs, and Shohei Otani, an Angels player who has shown historical success in the two-sword style of throwing and hitting since last year. Attention is focused on who will win the best player award.