Triston Casas, a Red Sox prospect, blasts another home run in the Olympics. The baseball world is taking note of what Triston Casas is accomplishing in Japan.

On Wednesday, the Boston Red Sox prospect and Team USA first baseman smashed his third home run of the Tokyo Olympics. Casas’ latest blast handed the United States an early lead against the Dominican Republic in a game it would go on to win 3-1, keeping its gold medal chances alive.

Casas plays for the Double-A Portland Sea Dogs in the United States, and he smashed this home run off a familiar face: Sea Dogs and Dominican Republic pitcher Denyi Reyes.

“I had one career at-bat against him in spring training, and I hit a home shot over the batter’s eye as well,” Casas told The Associated Press’ Ronald Blum after the game. “That’s 2-for-2 with a walk.”

On Thursday, Team USA will meet South Korea for the opportunity to compete for the gold medal. The winner of the USA-South Korea match will face Japan on Saturday, while the loser will face the Dominican Republic for the bronze medal on Friday.

Casas is tied for the Olympic lead in home runs with three, and his eight RBIs are the most in the Games. Those showy metrics, on the other hand, don’t bother him.