Dominican rookie Ronald Guzman makes history with 3 homers against Yankees

Dominican rookie Ronald Guzman makes history with 3 homers against Yankees

NEW YORK – Ronald Guzman made history on Friday at Yankee Stadium. If you want to receive the best information from the sports world, download the App now.
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The Dominican first baseman became the first rookie to hit three home runs in a game against the Yankees, in the beating of the Texas Rangers 12-7 over New York. Eight days after veteran Steve Pearce of the Red Sox Boston, hit three home runs against the Yankees, Guzman did the feat and put an end to New York's four-game winning streak. Dominican Ronald Guzman hits the plate after firing his first homer of the game against the Yankees in the fourth inning. AP Photo / Julie JacobsonGuzman, who played his 84th game of the season after debuting on April 13, hit a grounder to second base in his first appearance in the second inning, but then gave solitary home runs in three consecutive at-bats. The 23-year-old first baseman took another turn in the eighth with the opportunity to tie the record for most home runs in a Major League game – no rookie has hit four – but struck out fanning against Chad Green. Guzmán's first homers went to Masahiro Tanaka and the third to AJ Cole. The three hits made him the first player in Texas to hit three homers in a game since his teammate, also Dominican Adrian Beltre, did it in 2012. Guzman became the first rookie of the Rangers to achieve the feat.
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