Texas Rangers outfielder Adolis García was named the American League Championship Series MVP.
García set the MLB record for most RBIs in a playoff series with 15 as the Rangers beat the Houston Astros in seven games to advance to their first World Series since 2011.
The All-Star slugger went 4-for-5 with two homers and five RBIs in Game 7 to establish a new franchise record in runs driven in during a single postseason with 20. He also posted a 1.293 OPS in the series.
García has gone deep in four straight games, and his five round-trippers against the Astros are tied for second most in a single series in playoff history.
García is only the fourth player ever to hit multiple homers in a Game 7. Johnny Damon (2004 ALCS), Jason Giambi (2003 ALCS), and Yogi Berra (1956 World Series) are the others.
The 30-year-old was at the center of a benches-clearing incident in Game 5 after he was hit by a pitch from Astros reliever Bryan Abreu.
García recorded a career-high 39 homers and an .836 OPS during the regular season.