Boston Red Sox center fielder Jackie Bradley Jr. usually is known for his highlight-reel plays in the outfield.
On Tuesday night against the Cleveland Indians, however, he did it with his bat, as well.
Bradley absolutely slammed a solo homer deep to center field to give the Red Sox a two-run lead in the top of the fifth.
Boston went on to win 9-1 over the Indians at Progressive Field. However, it wasn’t all good news as JBJ left the game in the seventh after sustaining a thumb injury on a slide at home. The X-rays were negative, but he’s heading back to Boston for an MRI on Wednesday.
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