Rays’ Randy Arozarena becomes first MLB player to hit 10 HRs in one postseason
The legend of Tampa Bay Rays outfielder Randy Arozarena continues to grow. The rookie slugger wasted no time creating even more headlines in Game 6 of the World Series on Tuesday evening. In just his first at bat of the outing, Arozarena went yard yet again while this time taking Los Angeles Dodgers starting pitcher Tony Gonsolin deep to right field to put the Rays up 1-0.
Not only did the Rays take a quick 1-0 lead in the opening frame, but the red hot Arozarena has once again made some history in the process. Arozarena has officially become the only player in Major League Baseball history to hit 10 home runs in a single postseason.
— MLB (@MLB) October 28, 2020
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Randy Arozarena is the 1st player to hit double-digit dingers in a single postseason. #Rays
— Gary Phillips (@GaryHPhillips) October 28, 2020
Of course, Arozarena has had the advantage of playing more postseason games than the norm this time around as Major League Baseball was forced to tweak its playoff format in 2020 due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. Nonetheless, the Rays outfielder has stayed hot, giving Tampa Bay a legitimate chance to upset the Dodgers and win the 2020 World Series.
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