Yordan Alvarez pretty much has AL Rookie of the Year honors locked up, as he's done nothing but mash at the plate since his call to the bigs. After launching an absurd 23 home runs in 56 games at Triple-A, Alvarez continued his torrid pace at the major league level. His solo shot against the Angels on Saturday was his 27th of the year, in his 81st game with the 'Stros.
Whenever the kid gets up to the plate, you can't help but watch in awe as he effortlessly parks balls in the bleachers.
This opposite field blast is a prime example of the power the 22-year-old possesses, and the Astros have found themselves a true star in the young outfielder.
They're down early, but the bomb from Yordan is sure to get the rally started.