Jackie Bradley Jr. had two hits to keep his hit streak going as the Boston Red Sox pounded away at the Colorado Rockies 10-3. Put the Sox record at 29-17 and give them a two game lead over Baltimore for the lead in the AL East.

The winning formula remains the same. Another quality pitching performance from the starter, Steven Wright. And, plenty of hitting, the Sox rapped out 13 hits.

Wright pitched seven innings with knuckleball moving all over Fenway Park. Two earned runs, seven strikeouts and two walks.

Bradley Jr. now has a 29 game hitting streak and leads the AL with a .350 batting average.

Xander Bogaerts is right behind him at .349 - he hit a solo home run.

Travis Shaw ripped two hits and three RBI. Blake Swihart had two triples.

One more game against the Rockies tonight with the pregame starting at 6:25 PM and first pitch at  7:10 PM on AM 1370 WDEA.