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George Springer has hit 5 career Postseason home runs at Dodger Stadium.
Only Reggie Jackson has more all-time (6)
Postseason home runs in Dodger Stadium:
George Springer - 4
Carlos Correa - 3
Alex Bregman - 2
Jose Altuve - 1
Cody Bellinger - 0
George Springer is unreal
Build George Springer's statue in Houston tonight and pay him whatever he wants so he never plays for another franchise
Most career postseason home runs at Dodger Stadium:
Reggie Jackson -- 6
**George Springer -- 5**
Joc Pederson -- 5
Steve Garvey -- 5
** = including 2 today
SPRINGER DINGER FOR THE LEAD 💥
George Springer has 17 postseason home runs, more than any player in Astros history. Five have come in Dodger Stadium. He is 2-for-3 today after going 4-for-5 yesterday. He is going to get paid this winter.
GEORGE SPRINGER GO OFF!
2nd home run today!
George Springer is the first Astros player to hit two home runs in a postseason game since....yesterday
George Springer has more playoff Homeruns in Dodger Stadium than any other Dodger...... ever. #ForTheH https://t.co/lBERxIO2Wc
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With 2 HR on Tuesday, George Springer now has 5 career postseason HR at Dodger Stadium.
Reggie Jackson is the only player with more postseason HR at Dodger Stadium (6).
Neither Springer or Jackson have ever played for the Dodgers.
Astros haven't had a hit after back-to-back homers by Maldonado and Springer in the 5th.
George Springer's last 2 games:
4 hits yesterday
2 home runs today
The only other player with a 4-hit game and a 2-HR game in back-to-back playoff games (in either order):
Mickey Mantle in Games 2 & 3 of the 1960 World Series.
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