Alex Verdugo, third consecutive 3G home run in MLB history

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Alex Verdugo (27) of the Boston Red Sox hit a home run in three consecutive games for the first time in the club’s history and the third in major league history.

Verdugo started on the 27th (Korean time) as a right fielder and first hitter in the home game against the LA Dodgers in the ‘2023 Major League (MLB)’ held at Fenway Park in Boston, Massachusetts, USA, and had a solo home run at the end of the first inning (Season 12). ) was fired.

Appearing in his first at-bat as the lead batter at the end of the first inning when the score was trailing 0-1, Verdugo drew an arch that slightly crossed the right wall by pulling the slub that was driven into the middle of Dodgers starter Julio Urias’ second pitch.안전놀이터

Verdugo, who hit a home run in the first inning against the Houston Astros on the 25th and against the Dodgers on the 26th, set a new record by hitting a home run in three consecutive games.

According to the official website of Major League Baseball, this is a record only three times since 1900 in Major League Baseball.

In 1996, Brady Anderson of the Baltimore Orioles hit a home run in four consecutive games, and in 2018, Ronald Acuna Jr. of the Atlanta Braves hit a home run in three consecutive games.

Meanwhile, Boston won 8-5 by concentrating on 10 hits, including Verdugo’s solo home run.

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