Aaron Judge’s solo home run in the fourth inning of Saturday afternoon’s game with the Dodgers was a fine sight to see for the Yankees, for a few reasons.

Judge’s 424-foot homer was New York’s first hit of the game off Tony Gonsolin, and it was the slugger’s third long ball in five games.

With Judge’s shot, the Yankees tied the record for most home runs in a month with 58. That puts them even with the 1987 Orioles, who did it in 28 games in May, and the ‘99 Mariners, who did it in 27 games in May of that year.