By this point, it seems like every time Bo Bichette steps up to the plate, he has a chance at setting another Toronto Blue Jays’ record.
On Saturday during the club’s 6-4 win over the Houston Astros, the young middle infielder became the first Jays player ever to record 45 hits in his first 30 MLB games.
Bichette went 2-for-5 on Saturday, and it was on his second hit in which he once again etched his name into Toronto’s record books.
In a season where there hasn’t been a whole lot to cheer about for Jays fans, the second-generation ball player has given spectators some memorable moments.
It was just on Friday when Bichette became the third MLB player in the live-ball era’s history to hit 15 doubles in his first 30 games. Most impressively, he set a league record for the most extra-base knocks in a nine-game span to start a career earlier this month.
Not bad at all when you consider this is the start of what figures to be a lengthy career for the 21-year-old.
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