Dodgers' Chris Taylor makes postseason history with three home runs in Game 5 of NLCS vs. Braves

LOS ANGELES — It was tones of Reggie Jackson, with Los Angeles Dodgers 3rd baseman Chris Taylor placing on among the best power-hitting programs in Dodgers’ postseason history.

Taylor struck 3 crowning achievement and drove in 6 runs Thursday night, bring the Dodgers to a 7-2 lead over Atlanta going into the 8th inning.

Taylor, beginning at 3rd base in location of hurt Justin Turner, struck a two-run house in the 2nd inning off Braves pitcher Max Fried.

Then a two-run homer off Chris Martin in the 5th inning.

Chris Taylor follows through on the second of his 3 homers in Game 5 of the NLCS.

And lastly, a solo homer off Dylan Lee in the seventh inning.

He even blended in a third-inning single.

It was the 12th, three-homer video game in postseason history, and the very first because Kike’ Hernandez for the Dodgers in Game 5 of the 2017 NLCS.

Taylor likewise ended up being the very first gamer in MLB history to have a walk-off homer in a removal video game (in their 3-1 wild-card triumph over St. Louis) and a multi-homer video game in another removal video game.

No one has actually achieved the accomplishment in a whole profession

This short article initially appeared on U.S.A. TODAY: NLCS Game 5: Dodgers’ Chris Taylor makes postseason history with 3 HRs

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