The Yankees tied the single-season home run record with three long balls in their 11-6 win over the Red Sox at Fenway Park on Fridasy night. >> Box score
1) Aaron Judge hit his first homer since coming off the DL to tie the single-season record of 264 homers by a team, which was set by the Mariners. Luke Voit also went deep, hitting his 13th homer of the month -- the most in the Majors. Gary Sanchez put the Yankees on the board early in the game with a shot over the Green Monster as well.
2) J.A. Happ had one bad hiccup in an outing that was convincing to start the Wild Card Game. He allowed four runs -- all of which came on a Steve Pearce grand slam -- while striking out seven and walking two over six innings. The five innings before the bad sixth inning, Happ was lights out and proved to be WCG quality.
3) Every player in the Yankees lineup collected a hit tonight, with four players getting multi-hit games. Aaron Hicks had the most RBI with three while Gleyber Torres had a two-RBI double. Judge finished 2-for-4 with three runs scored.