Watch Xander Bogaerts, Danny Santana Go Back-To-Back Vs. Phillies

It was Santana's second in as many games with Boston

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The Boston Red Sox extended their previous one-run lead to three in a matter of three Sam Coonrod pitches, as Xander Bogaerts and Danny Santana went back-to-back off the Philadelphia Phillies pitcher in the sixth inning Saturday.

For Santana, it was his second home run in his first two games with the Red Sox after he hit one in Friday’s win. It came just two pitches after Bogaerts barreled one to right field.

Bogaerts’ homer, which came on the fourth pitch of the at bat, measured 362 feet.

Santana’s homer to center went 414 feet.

The two blasts gave Boston a 4-1 lead.

It was the second time in four days the Red Sox recorded back-to-back homers, as Alex Verdugo and J.D. Martinez did so Wednesday against the Toronto Blue Jays.

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