Trevor has an unrealistic week to survive in the story

Trevor Story # 10 of the Boston Red Sox singles to drive Rafael Divers against the Detroit Tigers during the fourth inning at Comerica Park in Detroit, Michigan on April 13, 2022.
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The Boston Red Sox have won their last five games and eight of their last 10.

The team is streaking, which is a nice change of pace after their catastrophic start.

Precisely because of that ominous start, the team still has a sub-500 record at 19-22.

But they still have plenty of time to climb out of their holes and make a push for a post-season spot.

Part of their recent resurgence may be attributed to crime, but in the case of recent productions a particular player stands out over the rest.

Trevor Story, who signed a বছরের 140 million contract six years after the lockout, did not have enough time to get into his normal spring training routine.

He started late due to a delayed signing, and this affected his regular season performance in the first few weeks.

He even heard some bosses from the house crowd in Fenway Park.

But now, he’s red-hot on the plate.

In the recent four-game series against the Seattle Mariners, MLB’s official account tweeted with some of his stats, “See how the story goes tonight.”

His bat has started to come

In the four-game set, Story hit five home runs, drove 13 runs, hit an average of .400 and had 1.844 OPS.

That’s some incredible performance.

Many players have hit five homers and have 13 RBIs in a month.

The story did it over a long weekend of four games.

The second baseman is driving the recent wave of Red Sox.

His season is up to OPS.748.

In his last seven games, he has dropped .360 / .452 / 1.120 with six homers.

It’s clear he’s starting to heat up just in time to make AL ​​Oriental things interesting.

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