Curtis Granderson went deep again Tuesday night, a solo home run in the first inning off Angels starter Dan Haren. It was Granderson's 29th home run of the season, one shy of his 2009 career high in Detroit.
The home run, which came on a 2-1 count, was hit over the rightfield fence at Yankee Stadium. It put New York ahead 1-0, and was the 155th home run of Granderson's career.
Here's an in-depth look at Grandy's homers during the 2011 season:
|Situation||Most home runs||Least home runs|
|L/R split||Righties - 18||Lefties - 11|
|Game situation||With lead - 15||Trailing - 5|
|Game result||Win - 18||Loss - 11|
|Inning||First - 7||Third and ninth - 1|
|Count||Even - 13||Behind - 6|
|Runs batted in||Solo - 16||Grand slam - 0|
|Part of ballpark||Right of center - 28||Left of center - 1|