"We're seeing it obviously in the results, in the typical really good Aaron Judge at-bats."
Mets starter Corey Oswalt began the inning by forcing D.J. LeMahieu to ground out before settling in against Judge. The Yankees outfielder fell behind 0-2 in the count before Oswalt tossed in a 92-mph fastball and Judge smashed it for a 402-foot solo home run to left field.
The score remained 1-0 until the Yankees got another longball in the bottom of the fourth frame. Oswalt began the inning with a four-seam fastball to Sanchez and the Yankees catcher deposited the pitch into the left field seats for a 426-foot bomb.
Luke Voit hit a 443-foot solo homer off Drew Smith to lead off the sixth inning and Judge hit his second dinger of the day four at-bats later. With a runner on first base, Judge fouled off the first pitch before he took a fastball for a ball. He then smacked a 1-1 slider to left field for a 400-foot homer to give the Yankees a 5-0 edge.
Chasen Shreve then replaced Smith on the hill for the Mets and forced Gleyber Torres to fly out to end the inning before he faced Stanton to start the bottom of the seventh frame.
Shreve worked a 1-1 count against Stanton before the Yankees outfielder connected for the longest home run of the day. The 448-foot solo shot to left field came on a 78-mph slider.
The Yankees have another summer camp clash against the Philadelphia Phillies at 6:05 p.m. EDT Monday at Yankee Stadium. The Mets will host the Atlanta Braves on Friday in the teams' first game of the regular-season, at 4:10 p.m. EDT at Citi Field. The Yankees start the season on the road Thursday against the Washington Nationals at 7:08 p.m. EDT at Nationals Park.