Mountcastle went 1-for-5 with a solo home run Thursday against the Yankees.

Mountcastle took Jordan Montgomery yard in the sixth inning to record his 29th home run of the season. It was Mountcastle's fourth homer in his last eight games, and he's also chipped in six RBI and five runs scored. Though his batting average has predictably fallen after posting a .398 BABIP in 2020, Mountcastle has proven he has legitimate pop by posting an impressive .235 ISO and .87 OPS through 521 plate appearances on the campaign.

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