Royce Lewis has found an excellent strategy to make himself known in major league baseball: hit hard, often and at the right time.
The 24-year-old infielder has been a big boost for the Minnesota Twins since returning from injury Aug. 15. He also knows that a whole week since Monday, he managed a third Grand Slam in eight days.
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Lewis had homered as the bases were loaded last Monday and Tuesday against the Texas Rangers and Cleveland Guardians, respectively. He then becomes the first rookie player of the Twins to accomplish such a feat.
The Californian added against Cleveland by hitting a long ball at the expense of Lucas Giolito. Quebecer Édouard Julien notably crossed home plate thanks to Lewis’ 11th home run of the season.
The latter seems to be showing some bits of his great potential, he who was the very first pick of the 2017 draft. His batting average has increased to .315 and he has produced 37 points this year.
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