Fenway Park is perhaps of the most memorable ballpark in the US, and it saw more history on Tuesday

when Aaron Judge hit his 56th and 57th homeruns of the 2022 season, driving the New York 

Yankees to a 7-6 triumph over their severe opponents. Boston Red Sox.

With these last two homers, Judge drew nearer to deifying his season in Yankees

legend alongside Darling Ruth's 60 grand slams in 1927 and Roger Maris' 61 of every 1961,

 which likewise remained as the American Association record for quite some time.

Judge's most memorable homer Tuesday night - - a 383-foot pass through right-focus field 

tied the game at three in the third inning.

His next one was considerably greater, as he impacted a high ball 389 feet into

profound left field and into the stands to tie the game at 4-4 in the 6th.

You don't actually check it out. Assuming that you check the numbers, you get found out," Judge said later, as indicated by ESPN.