The Boston Red Sox just keep punishing the Los Angeles Angels.

Fresh off a 10-1 drubbing Tuesday night, Boston’s bats went back to work Wednesday against left-hander Tyler Skaggs, and things got ugly pretty fast.

The Sox took an early 2-0 lead and loaded the bases with one out in front of Rafael Devers. The Angels southpaw left a fastball over the heart of the plate and Devers tattooed the pitch over the right-field fence for a grand slam.

Take a look:

Touch ’em all, Rafael.

Devers’ slam was the Red Sox’s fourth grand slam of the season after not hitting one all of last year.

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