NEW YORK -- When New York Yankees first baseman Luke Voit mashed a long second-inning home run Thursday night, he helped put his team in the major league record books. That homer, coming off a 92.6 mph 1-0 fastball from Boston Red Sox left-handed starter Eduardo Rodriguez, was Voit's 10th since being traded to the Yankees in late July, just ahead of the non-waiver trade deadline. Voit is now the 12th player on the roster to have hit 10 or more home runs with the team this season, marking the first time in major league history that a team has had at least that many players hit double-digit home runs in a single season. The 407-foot shot to center field that bounced onto the netting covering Yankee Stadium's Monument Park broke the previous record of 11 that the Yankees shared with the 2015 and 2017 Astros, the 2016 Twins and the 2004 Tigers. In addition to Voit, Giancarlo Stanton (35 after his fourth-inning grand slam), ...


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