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Tommy Pham ties a franchise record with four hits against the Dodgers

Oct 7, 2023; Los Angeles, California, USA; Arizona Diamondbacks left fielder Tommy Pham (28) reacts in the dug out against the Los Angeles Dodgers during the eighth inning for game one of the NLDS for the 2023 MLB playoffs at Dodger Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Jayne Kamin-Oncea-USA TODAY Sports

In a lopsided 11-2 win over the Los Angeles Dodgers to begin the NLDS, outfielder Tommy Pham made history for the Diamondbacks as he tied a franchise record with four hits in a playoff game.

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The other two players in D-backs history to post four hits in one postseason game include Jake Lamb back in 2017 and Reggie Sanders during the 2001 World Series.

Remarkably, Pham had three hits before the Dodgers even finished batting through their lineup as he singled in each of the first three innings.

Then, with the game pretty much over, Pham shot a home run down the right field line that landed just out of the reach of Jason Hayward.

This home run traveled just 336 feet.

Nevertheless, in the end, it was enough to etch his way into the Diamondbacks record books.

The D-backs acquired Tommy Pham via a trade with the Mets back in July.

While he wrapped up the regular season hitting just .241 at the plate for Arizona, that will quickly be forgotten if he can continue to deliver for the Diamondbacks in their postseason run.

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