It didn’t take long for the Boston Red Sox’s bats to get hot Friday evening, launching back-to-back-to-back home runs off of the Minnesota Twins in the third inning.
First, it was Jackie Bradley Jr. that yanked the ball over the head of Twins right fielder Max Kepler for a two-run dinger.
Then it was Christian Vazquez’s turn to send one over the right field wall.
Newcomer Gorkys Hernandez also got in on the action, blasting a solo shot of his own into center field.
Take a look at the three homers.
At the start of the run, the Red Sox led 3-2, but by the end they were up 7-2. Not bad.