It was his third consecutive month as Rookie of the Month after hitting .309 with nine home runs and 26 RBI in August.
Against the Oakland Athletics on September 9th, the Astros set a record by homering six times in the first two innings of a game, and Alvarez was at the center of things, as he hit two of the long balls, the second of these.
His 24th of the season – traveling 416 feet into the right-field upper deck at Minute Maid Park, something only achieved once in the ballpark’s history, by Jeromy Burnitz in 2000.
The Astros went on to win the series 15-0. He finished the season with a .313/.412/.655 batting average, 27 home runs, and 75 RBI.
Just one homer in 18 games in the World Series against the Washington Nationals was all he could manage in the playoffs.
Even if the ALCS was a complete write-off, he did get some hits in the Division Series, going 6 for 19 (.316) and 7 for 17 (.412) in the Fall Classic (1 for 22).
Although he had three doubles and a homer, he only drove in three runs with his single hit.
Yordan Alvarez Contract
The Houston Astros signed Yordan Alvarez to a one-year, $764,600 deal, with $764,600 guaranteed.
Yordan Alvarez Salary
Yordan Alvarez earns an average of $764,600 each year. Alvarez will be paid a base salary of $764,600 in 2022.
Yordan Alvarez Net Worth
Yordan Alvarez net worth or net income is estimated to be between $1 Million to $5 Million