The Chicago White Sox-Houston Astros American League Division Series is going to at least a Game 4. The Astros won the first two games of that best-of-five series at home, but on Sunday, the White Sox struck back in Chicago, coming up with a 12-6 win. And a three-hit, two-run, one-RBI performance from shortstop Tim Anderson (seen above) was part of that. Here’s his third hit of the night in the eighth inning:
White Sox pouring it on now! Tim Anderson makes it 12-6 pic.twitter.com/HOlQA2FrlW
— Talkin’ Baseball (@TalkinBaseball_) October 11, 2021
What’s really remarkable is what the 28-year-old Anderson has accomplished through his six postseason games to date. As ESPN Stats & Info noted, he’s set a MLB record for the most hits in any six-game span in the postseason:
After his last hit, Tim Anderson now has 16 hits in his 6 career postseason games (through 3 today). That is the most hits over any 6-game span in MLB postseason history. pic.twitter.com/vXcpXVk66A
— ESPN Stats & Info (@ESPNStatsInfo) October 11, 2021
Anderson and the White Sox will host the Astros in Game 4 Monday, with that game starting at 3:37 p.m. ET on Fox.
[Photo from Matt Marton/USA Today Sports]