Michael Chavis just continues to rake.
The Red Sox rookie was the hero on Wednesday night as he provided the game-winning home run in the top of the 13th inning vs. the Blue Jays. Watch below:
That clutch home run marked Chavis' 10th in his first 28 games, making the 23-year-old the second fastest player in Red Sox history to reach the 10-homer mark. George Scott (1966) accomplished the feat in 21 games.
Restoring a 1-run lead in the 13th vs TOR, Michael Chavis's 28 career games are the 2nd fewest from the start of an MLB career for a player to hit 10 home runs with the @RedSox (Fewest: 21- George Scott, 1966)
— StatsCentre (@StatsCentre) May 23, 2019
Chavis now trails only Mitch Moreland (13) for the team lead in homers. If he keeps up this pace, he'll find himself on the top of the leaderboard sooner rather than later.