To think what Luis Robert may have accomplished with a full season under his belt. On Saturday in Kansas City, he collected four more hits to raise his average to .343 on the year. Equally important, he put the white Sox on the board in their 10-7 win by sinking a pearl in the fountain, his seventh home run of the season.
However, Robert wasn’t done there. In all, here are his four hits that raised his OPS to .934 on the season:
The White Sox have a ton of firepower led by La Pantera himself, and should be destined for October greatness barring something unforeseen. Certainly they seem to have the type of squad that can beat you in a number of different facets and any type of ballgame. On Saturday – a day that Salvador Perez randomly hit his 40th home run of the season – they won in a slugfest.