Randy Arozarena celebrating his 10th HR of the postseason.

Tampa Bay Rays’ outfielder Randy Arozarena has been on fire this postseason, and that’s continued during the World Series. In Game 4 against the Los Angeles Dodgers Saturday, Arozarena set an all-time MLB record with his ninth home run of the postseason, and he’d go on to score the winning run after a bizarre sequence of events. In Game 6 Tuesday, Arozarena added to that record in the first inning with his 10th home run of the playoffs, this one coming off Dodgers’ starter Tony Gonsolin:

That just adds to the remarkable stats he’s accomplished:

And here’s a chart of Arozarena’s home runs so far:

It’s been an amazing postseason for Arozarena, and MLB Network’s Jon Morosi notes that there might even be a movie in the works:

We’ll see if Arozarena adds even more to this story.

[Photo from Kevin Jairaj/USA Today Sports]

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