New York Yankees outfielder Aaron Judge made history on Tuesday night with a two-run homerun in the 1st inning against the Texas Rangers, marking his 62nd homerun of the regular season. The homerun breaks Roger Maris’ American League record that he set back in the 1961 season.

Judge, the 30-year old and four-time All-Star, is having a career season in his 7th year in the league, hitting a .311 batting average with 62 homeruns and 131 runs-batted-in.

Judge has the Yankees at a record of 99-62, which clinched the American League East division and a first-round bye in the playoffs as the second-best team in the American League, behind the first place Houston Astros.