The New York Yankees are smashing home runs all over Florida on Sunday including two bombs apiece from Aaron Judge and Brett Gardner.
The Bronx Bombers are living up to the name on Sunday.
On a day featuring a split-squad afternoon, the New York Yankees have belted a total of seven home runs with both games ongoing.
In the tilt against the Toronto Blue Jays (currently at the end of the sixth inning), Luke Voit collected a solo shot in the second inning.
In the game against the Detroit Tigers at George Steinbrenner Field in Tampa, the Bombers have tallied a total of six moonshots.
Aaron Judge has collected two, Brett Gardner has also picked up two, Gary Sanchez has one, and pinch-hitter Isiah Gilliam also added one onto the extensive power pile.
We're dropping homers all over Florida today. pic.twitter.com/Ss9u2uYhrB
— New York Yankees (@Yankees) March 3, 2019
2 at bats, 2 HRs for Brett Gardner pic.twitter.com/BojEr3HDRg
— The Sports Chill (@thesportschill) March 3, 2019
New York currently trails Toronto 3-2 after six innings while the home squad against Detroit owns a commanding 7-1 lead in the bottom of the eighth inning.
Masahiro Tanaka started the home contest. He went three full innings while surrendering no runs on one hit while striking out two batters. Jonathan Holder, Aroldis Chapman, Zack Britton, Adam Ottavino and Albert Abreu also made appearances.
On this day, the Bronx Bombers have officially lived up to their name. Well, at least taking the act down to Tampa, Florida.