Giancarlo Stanton killed the Blue Jays with his fourth straight home run

The baseball player Yankees from New York, Giancarlo stanton, is still on in this final stretch of the 2021 regular season of Major League Baseball – MLB and connected his home run 35 of the current campaign, fourth in a row.

Through the Yankees vs Blue Jays game, Giancarlo Stanton continued with his good offensive moment and unleashed for the fourth consecutive game home run, being the most opportune bat for the “Bronx Mules” in this last stretch of the regular season, being vital for his team looking for the AL wild card and say present in the postseason.

Home run

This home run by Stanton was three runs in the top of the seventh inning, being a hit that placed the game 6-2 in favor of the Yankees before the shipments of right-hander Trevor Richards, who misplaced a change of speed and the batter. Right-hander sent her deep into left field to hit 35 home runs in 2021 MLB.

Giancarlo Stanton’s fourth straight homer with which he reached three RBIs in the last four games, had an exit velocity of 107.0 miles per hour and reached 421 feet away by the LF of Toronto’s Roger Center. Plus, it was an impressive connection due to the fact that he drew it almost from the bottom left corner of the plate.


  • Giancarlo Stanton has now hit home runs in four consecutive games for the second time this season, he is the seventh player on this team to have multiple streaks of that area in the MLB, he joins Babe Ruth (1930), Yogi Berra (1956), Joe DiMaggio (1937), Lou Gehrig (1931), Roger Maris (1961) and Alex Rodríguez (2007).
  • Stanton first Yankee with at least four home runs and 13 RBIs in a 4-game span since Alfonso Soriano in 2013
  • That 13 RBIs in four games is the most RBIs in a four-game span by a Yankee on the road since Paul O’Neill in 1999.

After this hit, GIancarlo Stanton has an average of .276, with 136 hits, 35 homers, 96 RBIs and 62 runs scored with the Yankees this season in the Major Leagues.