Aaron Judge cemented his place in Yankees lore with home run No. 62 of the season, passing Roger Maris’ long-standing mark of 61, and a few other franchise stalwarts were on hand to talk fans through it all.

84-year-old John Sterling was on site in Arlington, Texas, for the Yankees’ doubleheader against the Texas Rangers, calling Judge’s lead-off homer with his usual aplomb for WFAN Radio.

“Just think of it. Three Yankee rightfielders: The Babe hitting 60 in ’27, the Jolly Roger hitting 61 in ’61 and now Aaron Judge hits his 62nd home run,” Sterling said during his call. “The most home runs any American Leaguer has hit in a single season, and the American League has been alive for 120 years.

“This is judgement day, case closed,” Sterling quipped.

YES Network play-by-play man Michael Kay had the TV call.

“There it goes, soaring into history, he’s done it, he has done it, 62!” Kay said on YES Network.

“Aaron Judge is the American League single-season home run leader. The AL king. Case closed.”

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