Sox Keep Fenway Fun Going [VIDEO]
The Boston Red Sox reached double-digit runs for a fourth straight game and David Price was David Price in an 11-1 drubbing of the Houston Astros. Make it five straight wins for the Sox.
Xander Bogaerts got everything started with a first inning 2-run homer. Mookie Betts added one of his own later in the game.
The Sox pounded out 14 hits, three of them by Hanley Ramirez. Jackie Bradley Jr. extended his hit streak to 18 straight games.
And then there is David Price...6.2 innings of one run pitching. He struck out 12 and walked just one.
Put the Sox record at 22-13 and tied with Baltimore for first place.
SOX REACHING HISTORY:
> First team in MLB to get 4 straight wins scoring double-digit runs since 2007
> First team in MLB with 11 or more runs in four straight games since 1950
> First team in MLB with 11 runs and 14 hits since 1930
> First Red Sox team ever to get 8 runs and 12 hits in 6 straight games at Fenway.
The Red Sox continue their 4 game series with the Houston Astros Friday night with the pregame starting at 6:25 PM and 1st pitch at 7:10 on AM 1370 WDEA