UPDATE (5:41 p.m. ET): Andrew Benintendi did it again.
The Boston Red Sox left fielder smashed his second three-run home run of the game during the fifth inning against the New York Yankees to give the Sox a five-run advantage.
Take a look at the monster blast in the tweet below.
ORIGINAL STORY: The Boston Red Sox fell behind the New York Yankees early Saturday, but that changed drastically during the third inning.
Boston trailed by two runs to begin the frame, but Mookie Betts tied the game with a two-run single, and then Andrew Benintendi capped off a huge inning for the Sox with a home run.
The left fielder came to the dish with runners on first and second with one out and ripped a laser beam for a three-run blast.
The round-tripper was Benintendi’s 15th of the season, and it left Yankee Stadium in a hurry.
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