The World Baseball Classic rolls on after the completion of pool play.
One team in particular had an interesting night.
Team Puerto Rico busted out for five runs against the Dominican Republic and ultimately knocked out a heavyweight to advance to the quarterfinals.
Though things turned sour after Edwin Diaz went down with an apparent leg injury, Puerto Rico still enjoyed a very solid game.
One of the key contributors for Puerto Rico so far in this tournament has been Boston Red Sox star and super utilityman Enrique Hernandez.
The veteran picked up two hits and drove in a run for Puerto Rico as they ousted the Dominicans with a 5-2 win.
On Twitter, the Red Sox posted a video of him running to first base on one of his hits, giving him credit for running so quickly.
There goes Kiké! 🇵🇷#WorldBaseballClassic pic.twitter.com/6CZKMLlmwr
— Red Sox (@RedSox) March 16, 2023
Hernandez certainly has some wheels.
The Red Sox can attest to that.
The 31-year-old is one of the most versatile players in all of baseball and can play anywhere in the outfield, as well as three infield positions.
But as a utility player, he has a unique skillset and can put those skills to good use at any moment.
Speed is certainly one of the better aspects of his game.
So naturally, the Red Sox and their fans will enjoy this video of him running to first base after picking up a base hit.
Puerto Rico will continue their march in the quarterfinals against Team Mexico.NEXT: Red Sox Marvel At Masataka Yoshida's Power