First AB: One pitch. One hit. One double. One RBI.
That was quick.
Second AB: Two pitches. Two hits. Two doubles.
Going on history, I'm calling a three pitch at-bat, resulting in a double his next time at the plate.
Third AB: Five pitches. One out. Now batting .666.
MLB fact: The last player to have two extra base hits in first two major league at-bats: Kazuo Matsui. Let's all hope Nick Evans has a more prosperous career with the Mets than Matsui did.
Fourth AB: Eight pitches. Three doubles. Two RBI. One run scored on a Luis Castillo single.
All hits to opposite field, to boot. That's how you break into the majors with style.