The New York Yankees hit more home runs than any other team in Major League history last season.

They slugged 267 homers, a mark they surpassed on Sunday night against the Boston Red Sox.

Aaron Judge predicted in the spring that "we're going to crush that."

The Yankees don't hold the Major League mark anymore, however, as the Minnesota Twins have 276 home runs through Sunday.

"It's amazing," Gleyber Torres said. "I didn't know we broke the record again. All of the guys hit pretty well. We've got the same plan, to attack early, and when we hit homers we're great. We'll just try to continue that and try to win most of the games."