Despite their storied history, no Yankees rookie has hit more home runs than Aaron Judge.

Judge launched his 29th home run of the season Wednesday, a two-run shot to center field against Blue Jays righty Marco Estrada. To the action footage:

Those 29 home runs lead the majors. They're also tied for the most by a rookie in franchise history, if you can believe that. Here's the list:

  1. Aaron Judge, 2017: 29 (and counting)
  2. Joe DiMaggio, 1936: 29
  3. Bobby Murcer, 1969: 26
  4. Joe Gordon, 1938: 25
  5. Kevin Maas, 1991: 21
  6. Gary Sanchez, 2016: 20
  7. Tom Tresh, 1962: 20
  8. Lou Gehrig, 1925: 20

Those are the only rookies in Yankees history to hit 20 home runs in a season, believe it or not.

Reminder: It is July 5. The Yankees still have 79 games to play. Judge isn't going to break DiMaggio's record. He's going to shatter it. Heck, Judge has a chance to threaten Mark McGwire's MLB rookie record of 49 homers in 1987.

Judge, who came into Wednesday's game hitting .329/.447/.689 (193 OPS+), will start in right field in next week's All-Star Game. He'll also participate in the Home Run Derby, because duh.