Alfonso Soriano had one of the most productive four game stretches in major league baseball history. He had 13 hits, and drove in 18 runs from August 13-16, 2013.
Soriano broke in with the New York Yankees in 1997. Always an offensive threat Soriano hit 412 home runs with 1,159 RBI before retiring at the end of the 2014 season.
He had been a seven time all-star and four time Silver Slugger award winner while hitting .270 over the course his career.