Matt Chapman went 1-for-2 with a solo home run during Toronto's win over Cleveland on Saturday.
Chapman launched a 107.2 mph, 418 ft. home run in the fifth inning to get the Blue Jays on the board and tie the game. He has three home runs so far in August and has really turned up the heat in the second half, cracking 12 home runs since the beginning of July. He looks likely to keep the power going as he has a 53.5 percent hard-hit rate (98th percentile), 93 mph average exit velocity (97th percentile) and 12.4 percent barrel rate (94th percentile) so far this season. On the year he is hitting .242 /.322/.478 with a solid 23 home runs and 60 RBI across 368 at-bats.