DJ LeMahieu
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The New York Yankees are on the verge of some significant MLB history after DJ LeMahiue hit a three-run home run off Justin Verlander Sunday.

Not only was this a franchise record that has been in place since 1941, but with the blast, the Yankees have now hit a home run in 26 straight games — a streak that started on May 26.

If they can do it again on Monday, then they will tie the MLB record of 27 straight games.

Sunday’s Old-Timers’ Day has been pretty special for a number of reasons. Earlier in the day, legendary closer Mariano Rivera hit an inside-the-park home run that wowed the crowd. Just a few hours later, LeMahieu’s blast had everyone on their feet once more.

Jesse Reed
Managing Editor at Sportsnaut. Featured on Yardbarker and MSN.com, and formerly was a breaking news writer/NFL analyst for Bleacher Report.