Rafael Devers has been nothing short of stellar this season, and Tuesday night’s performance was a microcosm of his entire year.

The Boston Red Sox third baseman collected six hits, including four doubles, in a pivotal 7-6 win over the Cleveland Indians at Progressive Field.

Such a showing was historic for the 22-year-old, as he’s now the first player in the modern era to have a six-hit, four-double game. Furthermore, he becomes the third-youngest player to post a 6-for-6 or better game (both figures courtesy of ESPN).

The Red Sox compiled all six hits into one video, which you can check out below.

Devers’ effort almost went to waste, but a 10th-inning homer from Jackie Bradley Jr. and a save from Andrew Cashner in the bottom of the frame gave Boston the win.

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