Gary “Babe Ruth” Sánchez tiene 9 HR en los últimos 10 juegos y 11 en sus primeros 23 juegos en MLB. #Yankees pic.twitter.com/dknWKjVRaK
— #DoYourJob (@renucho) August 27, 2016
New York Yankees rookie catcher Gary Sanchez made history yet again with home run number 11 of his young career.
This kid is on a whole other level.
Gary Sanchez, the man who is currently making the New York Yankees one of the scariest teams in baseball, ripped a home run over the auxiliary scoreboard in right to give New York a 5-2 over the Baltimore Orioles.
That shot made Sanchez is the first player to hit 11 home runs and record 20 hits within his first 23 career games in baseball history.
Additionally, he joins Mickey Mantle and Joe DiMaggio as the only Yankees to record an 11 home run month at the age of 23 or younger.
There are just no words to describe this kind of tear. Heading into this game Sanchez lead all of major league baseball with a .541 batting average, eight home runs, a .614 OBP, a 1.297 slugging percentage, 12 extra-base hits, and 48 total bases.
Fans, you are watching something incredible. Enjoy it.