Trey Mancini, recent acquisition of the Houston Astros, has three hits since joining the ranks of the Texan team and all were home runs.
A couple of nights ago, the first baseman showed his power against the Boston Red Sox at Minute Maid Park.
On Friday night, the designated hitter also took the ball out of the park twice against the now Cleveland Guardians.
Mancini hit the first "home run" of the night in the second inning and then repeated the dose of power in the third chapter.
According to Baseball Savant, Mancini's second career homer, with the bases loaded, registered an exit velocity of 100.6 miles per hour and traveled 377 feet at Progressive Field.
In this duel against the Guardsmen, Mancini went 4-2, with two runs scored and five RBIs to reach 48 in the campaign.
Wearing the Astros uniform, the American baseball player, who in 2022 battled and overcame colon cancer, already has seven RBIs.
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In addition to the surviving player, José Altuve (38), Yordan Álvarez (73), Yuli Gurriel (30) and Martín Maldonado (3) drove in runs in this game.
Thanks to this resounding victory (9 to 3), Dusty Baker's troupe looks 70-38 in order to continue fighting for the best mark in the Major Leagues.