When the dominican Amed Rosario he rounded the bases after his home run in the bottom of the third inning, his second hit of the day, the entire dugout yelling “three.” Rosario’s teammates have learned that if he has two hits under his belt in a game, he will likely get a third. And they were not wrong.
For the sixth time this season, Rosario had a four-hitter in Cleveland’s 8-3 win on Monday afternoon over the Kansas Royals in the Tribe’s last game of 2021 at home. the Progressive Field:
His six games with at least four hits are the most in the major leagues, ahead of his countrymen Fernando Tatís Jr. and Starling Marte, who entered the day with five. Rosario is also the first Cleveland player to have six four-hit games in a single season since Joe Carter in 1986.
Rosario has been everything and more than the Indians could have asked for, and the shortstop shows no signs of slowing down in the final week of the regular season.
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His six games with at least four hits are tied for the fourth most in a season in club history (Earl Averill had the most with eight) and Rosario’s 37 multi-hit games are tied with fellow countryman José Ramírez for the most by a batter for the Indians this season.