June 24, 2024

Philadelphia Phillies’ power hitter Alec Bohm is currently on an exceptional 15-game streak, a feat nearly unparalleled in the team’s long history. In fact, his performance has been so remarkable that it has only been equaled once in the past nine decades of the team’s existence.

Alec Bohm is not just hot; he’s on fire. The Philadelphia Phillies’ power hitter is currently on a streak that has rarely been seen in the team’s history over his last 15 games.

On Saturday, Bohm had a stellar performance, going 1-for-1 and crossing home plate twice in the Phillies’ dominant 14-3 victory over the San Francisco Giants. He was later substituted for Whit Merrifield.

Currently, Bohm boasts an impressive season batting average of .364, along with four home runs and 32 runs batted in (RBI). With a stellar 1.014 OPS, he has been a key contributor to the team’s offensive production. His role becomes even more critical with Trea Turner sidelined due to a 10-day injury

Philadelphia Phillies' Slugger Does Something Only Done Once in Last 90 Years of Team History


At 27 years old, Bohm is now in his fifth season in the major leagues, debuting in 2020. Throughout his career, he maintains a solid .282 batting average and achieved a personal best of 20 home runs in the previous season.

The Phillies, along with Bohm’s standout performance, have enjoyed a strong start to the season, currently holding a record of 23-11. They are scheduled to face the San Francisco Giants in Sunday Night Baseball at Citizens Bank Park, with the game set to commence at 7:10 p.m. ET. Logan Webb of the Giants will be pitching against Taijuan Walker.

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