Hoskins went 1-for-4 with a solo shot in Friday's loss to the Braves. It was Hoskins' 34th long ball of the season, with the solo smash boosting his RBI total to 95. While his .245 average may leave something to be desired, Hoskins has some of the most deadly power in the game as shown by his .495 slugging percentage. He'll enter next season as the Phillies' everyday left fielder.
Hoskins went 1-for-4 with a solo homer in Monday's loss to the Rockies. The altitude didn't seem to benefit any other Philadelphia hitter, as Hoskins' blast provided all the team's scoring in a 10-1 defeat. His team may be limping to the finish line, but Hoskins' power remains. He's hit six homers in his last 17 games, giving him 33 on the season, good for a share of fifth place on the NL leaderboard.
Hoskins went 2-for-4 with a double and a solo homer in Wednesday's win over the Mets. Hoskins took Noah Syndergaard deep in the first inning to put the Phillies up 1-0, marking his fifth homer of the month and 32nd of the season. The 25-year-old slugger is now slashing .250/.357/.503 with five stolen bases and 92 RBI through 142 games this season.
Hoskins went 2-for-5 with a double, a two-run home run and two runs scored Friday against Miami. Hoskins launched his 31st homer of the year to left field in the sixth inning, extending Philadelphia's lead to 11-1 in an eventual 14-2 rout. He's been hot at the plate to start September, going 11-for-43 with three doubles, four home runs and eight RBI through 12 games.
Hoskins went 2-for-4 with a two-run home run in Sunday's loss to New York. Hoskins came through with a two-run blast over the fence in left field in the first inning, but the Phillies would cough up the lead in the fifth on the way to a loss in the series finale. The 25-year-old outfielder has been seeing the ball well over his previous three ballgames, going 5-for-12 with three home runs and four RBI. He'll look to finish the season strong after establishing a .251/.360/.499 slash line through 133 games in 2018.