Aaron Judge of the New York Yankees, who just hit his 48th home run of the year, is attempting to create history.

After hitting his second home run in as many games against the New York Mets this week in the Subway Series, the top New York Yankees player now has 48 total home runs.

After the game, Judge told reporters, "I think the swagger has always been there.

The Yankees have now won three straight games for just the second time since the All-Star break, and they presently lead the AL East by an eight-game margin.

While Judge continued his strong play against the Mets, Andrew Benintendi had another spectacular night as he produced the game-winning hit to make it 3-2 in the seventh inning.

All eyes will be on Judge as the Yankees take off for California to play their next regular-season game against the Oakland Athletics.

Even by Subway Series standards, the atmosphere felt "so vibrant and exciting," Yankees manager Aaron Boone said to reporters after the game.

On August 23, Judge contributed to his team's victory at Yankee Stadium.