New York Yankees star Aaron Judge became the second-fastest player

In Major League Baseball history to reach 200 career home runs 

when he belted his 42nd of the season in an 8-2 win over the Kansas City Royals on 

Saturday.Judge's 364-foot, two-run blast off Royals pitcher Jonathan Heasley in

The second inning made him the first Yankee to hit 42 home runs before August 1 

Breaking a tie with legendary Babe Ruth who hit 41 through July 31 in 1928.

Judge's 200th career homer came in his 671st major league game.

Only Ryan Howard reached the milestone quicker, in 658 games.