Nick Swisher entered Tuesday's game having homered in three of his past five games. He had also hit .385 with nine RBIs over his last seven games.
Curtis Granderson's 105 home runs since joining the Yankees in 2010 are the fourth most in baseball over that span. He trails Jose Bautista (124), Miguel Cabrera (110) and Albert Pujols (109).
Derek Jeter's 18-game hitting streak coming into Tuesday's game was the fourth-longest of his career.
Monday marked the first time in franchise history a Yankees starting pitcher 40 years of age or older recorded a win while a teammate -- also 40 or older -- hit a home run, according to the Elias Sports Bureau. Andy Pettitte recorded his fifth win of the season, and Raul Ibanez connected for homer No. 18.