Francisco Lindor is unleashed and hits three homers to the Yankees

Francisco Lindor came out truly inspired this Sunday in the last of the Subway Series between the New York Mets and the New York Yankees, to whom he hit three home runs.

Lindor is the first player in the history of the Yankees-Mets rivalry to have a three-homer game, which speaks of the feat achieved by the Puerto Rican.

The The Mets managed to beat the hated rival by a score of 7-6 and Lindor’s performance was the great key, as he put five of those runs to take the victory.

In the end the Yankees got on his nerves but Edwin Diaz managed to control the turbulence despite having men in first and second but dominated Giancarlo Stanton, who hit a fly ball between second and third, curiously caught by Lindor to end the game.

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