It was a fun night of baseball in the Bronx on Tuesday.
Down 8-4 in the bottom of the ninth, the New York Yankees found themselves in a perilous position.
But with one swing of the bat, a fire was lit under the team.
The Yankees kept chipping away, loading the bases with nobody out and Giancarlo Stanton at the plate.
Stanton connected for a walk-off grand slam to give the Yankees an epic come-from-behind victory over the Pittsburgh Pirates.
With that, the Yankees became the first team in baseball history to have a player reach 60 home runs and another hit a walk-off grand slam in the same season.
All of that came in just one inning.
The @Yankees are the first team in MLB history to have a player reach 60 home runs and a player hit a walkoff grand slam in the same season.
They did both in the same inning.
— Stats By STATS (@StatsBySTATS) September 21, 2022
Yankees Make MLB History
This is some pretty cool history to be a part of.
A packed house at Yankee Stadium got a chance to witness it live last night.
Not only did Judge make some history, but the team made some history for the season.
The fact that both moments came within minutes of each other and in the same season is absolutely insane.
The Yankees have been fun to watch this season, and they gave their fans a few other things to cheer about late last night.
Judge and Stanton are two of the top hitters in the Yankees lineup.
To have them come through within minutes of each other should be a big boost for the Bronx Bombers.
It’s not every day that you accomplish a first for a single season in the same inning, but the Yankees certainly had a flair for the dramatic last night.