CHICAGO, Ill. (WTHI) - Terre Haute native Josh Phegley is making his third appearance in the Major Leagues.
Phegley was called up from the Triple A to the Chicago White Sox on the fourth of July.
He's not wasting any time getting acclimated to big league life.
On Sunday, he hit his first homerun in the majors. That was down in Tampa.
Monday night, same story…different day.
Phegley didn't disappoint the hometown fans, crushing a solo homer in the third inning for his second home run of the season.
A record setting hit.
Josh is just the fourth White Sox player to homer in his first at-bat at US Cellular Field.
He ties Magglio Ordonez for the quickest White Sox rookie to hit home runs in back to back games. Ordonez did it back in 1997.
The Terre Haute native also became the first White Sox rookie ever to record an RBI in each of his first three career games.
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