He's closing in on a possible 40-40 season. He has a chance to set the Atlanta Braves' single-season record for runs scored. And now, Ronald Acuña Jr. has another milestone to cherish: his first time hitting the 100 RBI plateau.
Entering the game with 99 RBI and 40 homers, the Pheñom was already assured to be on the outskirts of the NL MVP race thanks to a terrific sophomore campaign. But he, just like his team, wants more.
If he can keep things rolling right on into October, more history could very well be in store for the sweet-swinging kid from Venezuela.