Charlie Blackmon continues to hit his way into the history books.

The Colorado Rockies outfielder became the first player in MLB history to record three or more hits in six consecutive home games during Friday's contest against the Los Angeles Dodgers, according to Tracy Ringolsby of insidetheseams.com.

The slugger entered the game tied with Bill Madlock (1975), Rod Carew (1975), Bob Dillinger (1949), Ken Keltner (1939), and Les Scarsella (1936) with at least three hits in five straight home games, according to Baseball-Reference.com.

To no surprise, Blackmon's historic run has come as the Rockies' offense produces massive numbers at Coors Field; the team scored at least eight runs for a sixth straight home contest Friday. It's the sixth time since 1930 an NL club has accomplished that feat - and the Rockies did it all six times, according to Stats By STATS.