Soto went 3-for-7 with a double and three runs Tuesday in the Nationals' 25-4 win over the Mets. Soto concluded July with his eighth multi-hit performance of the month, which raised his season line to .313/.418/.567 through 61 career games. The 19-year-old has shown no signs of slowing down since being promoted to the big leagues and should remain a mainstay in the heart of the lineup through the second half. He'll start in left field and bat fifth in Wednesday's series finale, per Chelsea Janes of The Washington Post.
Soto went 3-for-5 with a triple, a home run, three RBI and two runs scored Friday against Miami. Soto went off against a struggling Marlins' pitching staff, as he delivered a solo home run in the second and a two-run triple -- his first three-bagger in the bigs -- in the eighth to pad the Nats' lead. Following Friday's matchup, the 19-year-old outfielder has homered in three straight contests, going 6-for-11 over that stretch. Through 58 games this season, Soto sports an impressive .315 average with 13 home runs, 36 RBI and a 1.005 OPS.
Soto went 2-for-3 with two walks, a solo home run and two runs scored Thursday against the Marlins. Soto took Dan Straily deep in the fourth inning for his 12th home run of the season. He has been on a power surge of late, homering four times and driving in seven since July 9. The 19-year-old continues to impress in his rookie campaign, hitting .308/.419/.556 through the first 198 at-bats of his career.
Soto went 1-for-3 with a walk, a home run and two runs scored in Wednesday's win over Milwaukee. Soto caught up to a high fastball and hit it to dead center field for his 11th home run of the season. He's now up to .303/.411/.538 with a 36:45 BB:K -- a nearly unprecedented combination of power and plate discipline for a 19-year-old.
Soto went 3-for-4 with a walk, two doubles, a run scored and an RBI in Sunday's win over the Braves. The 19-year-old is heating up again, slashing .353/.436/.588 over his last nine games with two homers, five RBI and six runs. Soto's .968 OPS is on pace to be the highest in MLB history by a teenager, easily topping Hall of Famer Mel Ott's .921 mark in 1928.
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