The Red Sox offense was a bit stagnant to kick off the 2019 campaign but it seems they found their form as of late, largely due to the emergence of Michael Chavis. The Red Sox promoted Chavis after he served a suspension, and he's made sure the team don't regret that decision. He clubbed his fifth and sixth homers of the season in Saturday's clash with the White Sox. Here's No. 5:
Michael Chavis is on 🔥🔥🔥— MLB Pipeline (@MLBPipeline) May 5, 2019
The #RedSox No. 1 prospect homered for the 2nd straight night, powering a HUGE inning for Boston.
Live @RedSox prospect stats: https://t.co/NW5IC0lXF5 pic.twitter.com/Lm5S7TdOJK
Manuel Bañuelos is likely regretting letting this pitch go, as Chavis got all over it. But he was just getting started.
Here's his second of the night, and his sixth of the season:
Chavis has been red-hot, having left the yard during Friday's tilt as well. He only has 14 games under his belt in the big leagues this season, but he's already hit 6 homers and has 13 RBI on the year.