Guardians Rookie Smashes All-Time Records

To say that rookie Steven Kwan is off to an historic start for the Cleveland Guardians would be a massive understatement. All he's done is set an MLB record by reaching base 15 times in his first 4 major league games. He also became the first player ever to reach base at least three times in each of his first four games.

He capped off the insane run with a bases-clearing, 3-run triple on Monday to lead the Guardians to a 10-7 win over the Kansas City Royals. 

Monday's performance came on the heels of a 5-for-5 game on Sunday. The 5'9", 170 lb rookie is now batting .692 on the season (not a typo) with an on-base of .789 (again, not a typo). He's been on base in 15 of his 19 plate appearances. 

How good is he at making contact? He has yet to take a swing and miss. 

0 strikeouts for Kwan thus far, including all of spring training. And his fan club is rapidly growing. 

The Guardians' home opener is this Friday, when they host the San Francisco Giants. We'll expect to see Steven Kwan Appreciate Night shortly thereafter.

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