Giancarlo Stanton is on fire.
After suiting up for just 23 games this regular season, the slugger continued his red-hot playoff run Tuesday night against the Rays with two home runs through four innings in Game 2.
After an opposite-field homer to right in the second, Stanton blasted a 458-foot, three-run shot two innings later to score Aaron Hicks and Luke Voit.
Stanton’s first five hits of the postseason have now all been home runs — an MLB record.
The home runs have been the Yankees’ only source of scoring thus far, as they trailed 5-4 as of publication.