Adolis García has flew under the radar a bit for the Texas Rangers. After the big splash the Rangers made for the likes of Corey Seager, Marcus Semien, and Jacob DeGrom. García made it known last night, that he's still here.
García made some history last night for the Rangers, as they went on to defeat the Oakland A's in a blowout 18-3 victory. He hit three home runs as it marked the first three-homer game at Globe Life Field. García went 5-5 with 3 HR and 8 RBIs. If that wasn't impressive enough, those three home runs traveled a distance of 1,252 feet.
As mentioned above, Adolis García's journey in the last three seasons has been a wild one. Going from the most productive bat to now becoming underrated with the other superstars on his team. He's been a mainstay during the last four seasons with the Rangers and is almost certainly going to be there for quite some time.