Aaron Judge's June injury altered the Yankees' season, but he made history with three home runs in a recent game.

He became the first player in franchise history to achieve two three-homer games in a season.

Judge's three homers on that day covered a total distance of 1,182 feet according to Statcast.

He is admired for his humility and professionalism by teammates and manager Aaron Boone.

Judge missed significant playing time due to a toe injury but still has 35 home runs in 100 games.

He trails Shohei Ohtani by nine home runs for the AL lead.

Judge leads the Yankees in various statistical categories, including home runs, RBIs, walks, and on-base percentage.

Despite the Yankees' slim postseason hopes, Judge is determined to play and lead by example.

He holds the AL single-season home run record from the previous year, with 62 homers.

Judge's commitment to playing through injuries and setting an example for young players demonstrates his leadership on the team.