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Kike Hernandez tied for most home runs in a single postseason in Red Sox history – Boston News, Weather, Sports – Boston, Massachusetts

Boston, Massachusetts 2021-10-17 09:19:12 –

Boston (WHDH)-One of the hottest batters in the playoffs, Kike Hernandez continued his historic run on Saturday night, beating another home run in Game 2 of the ALCS.

Red Sox center fielder took Yet another festive ride in the laundry cart After giving the team a 9-0 lead, he led the Houston Astros in Minute Maid Park.

His teammates say they are happy to see the attack clicked at the right time.

“You have a hit at the top of the order and a hit at the bottom of the order. That’s a deadly lineup,” said JD Martinez. “His way of playing, that is, a strong lineup of 1 to 8 and 1 to 9.”

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Hernandez’s latest home run hit the most home runs in a single postseason with former second baseman Todd Walker and legendary David Ortiz in the history of the Red Sox.

Fans say he loves to see the heroes of the playoffs every time he steps into the field.

“I can’t remember someone as great as him in the playoffs since Ortiz,” said one man.

Son Nation is now looking to the future and hopes that Hernandez will have at least a little more swing left when ALCS returns to Boston.

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