The New York Yankees continued their winning ways by beating up on the Baltimore Orioles with a 16-3 win Saturday. It was Aaron Judge's monster shot that's got everyone talking though.

The NY Daily News says that the Yankees' slugger hit a home run that had a recorded 121.1 mile-an-hour exit velocity. That's harder than any other shot since Statcast started recording in 2015. Okay, it's only been two years since they started keeping records, but that's still quite a shot.It was Judge's Major League leading 19th of the season.

There’s not a hole, you know? Up and down, even in the leadoff spot you’ve got guys that can hit homers. All the way down to the nine spot we’ve got a guy leading the National League in homers.

The Yankees have scored 41 runs over their last four games. As of today, they've got a three game lead over the Boston Red Sox in the AL East.