José Altuve hits 23 postseason home runs and has second-highest solo record

ANDl Venezuelan José Altuve homered in the fourth inning of Game 4 of the World Series. With a huge hit to right field, he had Truist Park silenced to settle, alone, with the second-best postseason record.

Altuve, one of the most whistled during the Fall Classic by the Braves fans, He showed up to take revenge in Atlanta and blow up the fence. Thanks to that home run, the South American managed to break the equality that had with Bernie Williams in second place (22 HR).

In what was his 86th game in the Playoffs, the ‘AstroBoy’ came out to show his power and managed to close the gap with Manny Ramírez, who is the leading scorer of ‘homers’ in the postseason with 29. The 31-year-old has already had five home runs in these Playoffs.

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