Nolan Arenado is pretty good, isn’t he? I’m sure most of Major League Baseball would agree by now, because Arenado is hitting the cover off the ball and breaking records. He entered the Rockies game versus the Giants with 5 home runs in the last five games for them. He hit another one, putting into the Rockies record books.
His home run extended his streak to 6 consecutive games, giving him the longest consecutive home run streak in Rockie history, passing two former Rockies greats. He also became the first Major League player since Chris Davis in 2012 to hit a home run in six consecutive games.
Arenado is now hitting .288 with 36 home runs and 105 runs batted in. His 105 runs batted in leads the National League.
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