Kiké Hernández breaks new MLB record: 12 postseason hits

Lyou Red Sox entered the back door of the playoffs and they were installed in the Championship Series in a surprising way thanks to the performance that Kiké Hernández who set a new record in the Big Top.

The Boston team outfielder maintained a good level in his matches against the New York Yankees in Wild Card game and win over Rays that seemed like favorites to go to the Fall Classic. Now Hernandez has a great responsibility to try to stop the Houston Astros in the first game for the American League trophy.

Hernández is part of the squad that entered against the Astros and got the third hit of the game this Friday October 15 in a double right on the fourth roll. The 30-year-old Puerto Rican gave him 12 hits in the last four playoff games against Boston, a number never reached by any other baseball player in the Major Leagues based on statistics from ESPN.

Hernández has three home runs and seven RBIs in the last four games. Tonight already placed a home run to open an inning with three straight runs for the Red Sox who want to get into the World Series.

But the numbers do not end there, because you have to remember that he entered the most hits in a postseason series in Game 2 of the Division Series in his sector. Not only that, but he has the most hits, giving up eight in a span of a couple of games in the same series.

The Red Sox are on track for a possible Game 1 win over the Houston Astros at Minute Maid Park, rival territory because the Astros performed better in the regular season, although they shouldn’t be over-confident because Boston seems to be on the hook to eliminate favorites. .

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