At some point in the very near future, Aaron Judge will offer memorabilia for his record 61st home run to the National Baseball Hall of Fame.

Perhaps the Yankees star will send his helmet, bat, or uniform to the legendary museum in Cooperstown, New York; he hasn't entirely made up his mind yet.

But one thing's for sure -- No. 61 will never see the inside of a public display case. It belongs to mom.

After hitting a diving Tim Mayza into the Blue Jays bullpen to tie Roger Maris' 61-year-old record for home runs in a season,

Judge presented the rare ball to his mother, Patty, outside the Rogers Centre clubhouse shortly after the tournament.

Aaron Judge said."She's been with me through it all," She took me to my first few practices and games from Little League when I was in prep school,

I was there for my first professional game. My debut and now I get the chance to be here - it's something special and we're not done yet."

She cheered as Judge rounded the bases and seemed to visibly light up as reality set in. Maris hugged Judge's mother immediately after the outburst;