Gary Sanchez broke his own record Tuesday, hitting two home runs -- Nos. 33 and 34 on the season -- in the Yankees' 10-1 win over the Texas Rangers and becoming the franchise's leader for single-season homers by a catcher.
Sanchez set the mark originally in 2017, surpassing Yogi Berra with 33 home runs over 122 games.
Now alongside Berra as just the second Yankees catcher to hit 30 homers in multiple seasons, Sanchez is only getting started.
Through 99 games on the season, despite two injuries between a calf and a groin, the fourth-year pro has managed to make history in pinstripes.
On Aug. 23, Sanchez became the fastest catcher to 100 career home runs, beating Mike Piazza to the positional milestone.
Over the course of the season, the 26-year-old Sanchez sports a .237/.313/.543 slash line and 74 RBI to go with the 34 homers.