Aaron Judge homers twice as the Yankees top Mariners 10-4

With two home runs, a double, and a walk, Aaron Judge had already contributed more than his fair share of work at the plate.

An MVP-caliber effort was elevated by stealing a home run with a magnificent leaping catch near the wall.

After the Yankees' 10-4 victory over the Seattle Mariners on Monday night, 

manager Aaron Boone remarked, "That's one of the great individual games that you'll see."

As the Yankees began a West Coast swing, there were several potential storylines, but Judge dominated them all.

Domingo German won his first start after serving a 10-game suspension for

utilizing an unidentified foreign substance on the mound by pitching into the seventh inning.

For the second consecutive game, the Yankees scored 10 runs on 18 hits, a season best.