Sanchez went 2-for-4 with a double in Friday's 9-0 loss to the Blue Jays.
It was a miserable night overall for the Yankees offense, but Sanchez seems to be virtually immune to any struggles at the moment. The two-hit effort was his fourth multi-hit outing in the last eight games, and also represented the seventh contest overall in which he'd hit safely over that span. Sanchez's stellar rookie season includes a .337/.413/.738 line, along with 19 homers and 38 RBI.
Sanchez continued to crush balls Wednesday, going 3-for-5 with a pair of homers, three runs scored and five RBI.
Sanchez has been the best player in baseball since being called up in August, now with a .337 average and 19 home runs in 43 games this season. He's now the fastest player in major league history to 19 home runs (45 career games), and is showing no signs of slowing down. He's made a strong case for AL Rookie of the Year despite playing less than two months, and will certainly be a sought-after player in 2017 fantasy drafts.
Sanchez went 1-for-3 with a walk and a three-run homer in Tuesday's game against the Rays.
Sanchez continues his hot hitting with the go-ahead blast in the seventh inning Tuesday. The catcher has now homered in three straight games, giving Sanchez six this month and 17 for the season. Over his last five games, the 23-year-old is 8-for-22 (.364), with five extra-base hits, eight RBI and four runs.
Sanchez went 3-for-5 with a solo home run in Sunday's 5-4 loss to the Red Sox.
Sanchez homered for the second straight game as part of his first three-hit performance in September, narrowly missing a second homer on a ball that hit near the top of the Green Monster. The 23-year-old has continued his assault on MLB pitching in September after posting a 1.239 OPS in August, smacking five home runs in 16 games this month. With his latest long ball, Sanchez became the second-fastest player to 16 career homers since 1900. The slugging backstop is slashing .327/.393/.698 in 159 at-bats this year.
Sanchez went 1-for-4 with a two-run homer in Saturday's 6-5 loss to the Red Sox.
Although he struck out in half of his plate appearances, Sanchez also managed his fourth homer in the last nine games when he took David Price deep for a 436-foot shot over the Green Monster in the third, plating Brett Gardner. The 23-year-old has cooled off in September, but has now hit safely in four of his last five games.
|CBSSports.com Player Ranking|
|9/26/2016 vs Toronto|
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