Astros’ Yordan Alvarez Broke Ted Williams’ Rookie RBI Record In First 45 Games


Yordan Alvarez certainly is making a name for himself.

The Astros designated hitter smoked three home runs in Houston’s dismantling of the Baltimore Orioles on Saturday. Aquino belted seven round-trippers in 10 games, tying Trevor Story.

But he wasn’t the only one to etch his name into baseball history.

Alvarez’s grand slam brought his RBI total to 51 in just 45 career games, which is a new high in Major League Baseball. The previous high was 47 held by none other than Hall of Famer Ted Williams.

Pretty impressive, to say the least.

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