George Springer moved up in Major League Baseball's playoff record books with his fifth-inning home run against the Oakland Athletics on Tuesday.
"He's not missing pitches that he should hit," Dusty Baker said. "And he's hitting them out. And boy, it's fun to watch him perform like this."
Springer, 31, is now tied for seventh on the all-time postseason home runs list with Nelson Cruz, David Ortiz and Jim Thome at 17 homers.
"I don't really pay attention to that stuff," Springer said. "I'd much rather us win."