1-2-3 Blast Off
If you ask die-hard Dodgers fans what their favorite memory of Enrique Hernández's first stint with the team was, this memory might be the universal winner.
Up three games to one in the 2017 NLCS against the defending champion Chicago Cubs, the Dodgers had their best chance to return to the World Series for the first time in 29 years.
Hernández left no doubt when he proceeded to become the first Dodgers player with three home runs in a postseason game. Hernandez hit a solo, two-run, and grand slam home run to drive in a postseason record seven runs.
Hernandez's epic game not only helped clinch the series for the Dodgers, but it also put him in the pantheon for one of the best postseason performances in team history.