On Monday, the New York Yankees and Seattle Mariners opened up a three-game series at T-Mobile Park.
New York won the opener by a final score of 10-4.
Aaron Judge, the reigning American League MVP who broke the AL single-season home run record last year, put on yet another show.
Judge picked up three hits and even hit a two-run home run in the top of the third inning and a solo shot in the top of the sixth.
The 31-year-old slugger and new team captain even robbed a homer too.
In doing so, he became the first player this year to hit multiple home runs while also robbing one since he himself did it last year on July 29.
Judge is the only Major League player to have accomplished this feat twice in the last 30 years.
Aaron Judge of the @Yankees is the first MLB player to hit multiple homers and rob a homer in the same game since he himself did it on July 29 of last year.
He's the only MLB player in the last 30 years to have 2 such games in his career. pic.twitter.com/tWERyI9ids
— OptaSTATS (@OptaSTATS) May 30, 2023
The reigning MVP has certainly accomplished a lot over the course of his MLB career.
This is just one of many impressive milestones the slugger has achieved over his time in the Major Leagues.
Judge is already at 17 homers for the season after hitting 62 last year and cruising to his first AL MVP Award.
The slugger has stayed hot at the plate and is continuing to crush home runs, while also putting on a clinic on the defensive end as well.
Judge is hitting .302 with an OPS of 1.087.NEXT: Aaron Judge Has Returned To 2022 Form Since Coming Back From Injury