Matt Davidson hitting home runs is starting to be a common occurrence for the Chicago White Sox.
The 26-year-old third baseman has hit 14 home runs on the season already, providing a nice spark in the White Sox lineup.
But on Wednesday, Davidson gave the White Sox an early lead with his home run off of Baltimore Orioles starter Chris Tillman.
Thursday’s home run marked the fourth-straight game that Davidson has homered, all against the Orioles.
Matt Davidson's 14th home run of the season, and his 4th in 4 days. pic.twitter.com/4KCQ6FuD6p
— Sox On 35th (@SoxOn35th) June 15, 2017
By accomplishing the feat, Davidson became the first White Sox player to hit a home run in every game of a four-game series since Paul Konerko in 2010.