New York Yankees slugger Aaron Judge didn’t waste any time establishing his major league clout. The 25-year-old set a record with a white-hot start in which he hit 13 home runs, the most ever for a rookie through 25 games to open a season. While Judge seems to have an early lock on the American League Rookie of the Year Award, he’s chasing even bigger things. Through 25 games, he was hitting more home runs per plate appearance than anyone — rookie or veteran — in history. His ratio of 13 percent even topped Barry Bonds’ 2001 season in which Bonds hit 73 home runs.