You never know who you are going to see in the stands taking in a baseball game. For instance, David Letterman, a known Reds fan, took in a game at Great American Ball Park last month. At the Yankees' home opener, Alex Rodriguez, Henry Kissinger and Regis Philbin were in attendance.
On Monday, Yankee Stadium hosted history, and another celebrity sighting. "Curb Your Enthusiasm" star Larry David was among the fans watching the Yanks -- and he picked the perfect day to do so. He witnessed Aaron Judge smacking his 49th and 50th home runs against the Royals in the 11-3 victory -- surpassing Mark McGwire's previous record of 49 home runs in a rookie season.
As you can tell by David's reaction, he couldn't have been more excited for Judge:
It seems it was a pretty, pretty, pretty good day to take in a baseball game.