Andrew Benintendi has come alive.
The Boston Red Sox left fielder delivered a game-winning hit Monday night against the Rangers, and he continued to torment Texas on Tuesday night at Globe Life Park.
Benintendi drove in two runs through the first four innings off Rangers ace Yu Darvish, then made an unbelievable catch to rob Mike Napoli of extra bases in the fourth inning.
Next, he launched a three-run blast to chase Darvish from the game.
To top off the spectacular night, the rookie launched an opposite-field shot in the eighth inning to put the Red Sox up double digits in their eventual 11-4 win.
Benintendi finished the night 5-for-5 with two homers and six RBIs, becoming the first Red Sox rookie to record two five-hit games in a season.
Have a night, Andrew.
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