Chapman went 2-for-4 with a two-run double and an RBI single in a win over the Orioles in Wednesday. He also scored once.
Chapman opened up the scoring in the second inning by lacing his 39th two-bagger of the season to deep left, plating Nick Martini and Jonathan Lucroy in the process. The 25-year-old third baseman has already has 10 RBI on just 11 hits in September, thanks in part to six of those going for extra bases. Chapman has also reached safely in 11 straight games, a streak that dates back to Aug. 31.
Chapman kept his breakout season right on chugging in this victory for Oakland, as he tagged Mariners starter Mike Leake with his 22nd home run of the season in the first inning. He's also stroked 33 doubles and six triples in addition to those 22 long balls, giving him an elite .530 slugging percentage that puts him in the top-tier of offensive producers for third basemen this season, even if he still may not have the name recognition of some of the other stars at the position.
Chapman went 2-for-4 with two runs and a walk in a loss to the Astros on Wednesday.
After a rare 0-for-5 performance Tuesday, Chapman's hat heated right back up in Wednesday's loss, as he churned out his fourth multi-hit effort of the last five games. The 25-year-old's excellent .374 on-base percentage in August has helped lead to him scoring 21 runs, and he's been responsible for another 17 through his own offensive exploits.
Chapman went 2-for-4 with a double and a two-run home run in a loss to the Astros on Monday.
Although the Athletics had plenty to be disappointed about Monday, Chapman's continued offensive tear certainly didn't qualify. The third baseman has smacked half of his eight August homers over the last four games, amassing seven RBI along the way. An impressive 20 of Chapman's 32 hits during the month have gone for extra bases as well, helping lead to an eye-popping 1.100 OPS across 105 August plate appearances.
Chapman went 3-for-5 with a pair of solo home runs and three runs in a win over the Twins on Sunday.
Chapman has been an integral part of the Athletics' excellent run this season, and he's been especially impressive at the plate in the second half of the season. Factoring in Sunday's production, the 25-year-old is slashing .348/.417/.710 with a .466 wOBA and .362 ISO over 156 post-All-Star-break plate appearances, and he's now 9-for-19 with a double, three homers and five RBI over his last four games.
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