Aaron Judge wasted no time on Tuesday night, blasting a two-run homer off of Yusei Kikuchi in the top of the first inning to give the Yankees a 2-0 lead.
Judge's shot was his 100th of his young career. The Yankees' slugger became the third fastest player in Major League history to reach the century mark, doing so in 371 career games.
The only two players to reach it faster are Ryan Howard in 325 games, and Judge's teammate Gary Sanchez who just hit his 100th career home run in his 355th game on Friday against the Dodgers.
After scuffling during late July and early August, Judge's bat has been on fire as of late. In his last nine games entering Tuesday, Judge has hit .351 with four home runs and six RBI. His 100th career home run was also his fifth in 10 games since August 16.