Watch Kiké Hernández Hit Two-Run Homer To Get Red Sox On Board Vs. Blue Jays

That's three in two games

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Another day, another home run for Kiké Hernández.

This time it was a two-run blast — traveling 355 feet — in the top of the third inning that gave the Boston Red Sox a 2-0 lead over the Toronto Blue Jays on Wednesday night.

The hit also scored Bobby Dalbec, who reached base on a double and advanced to third on a Michael Chavis sacrifice fly.

It was Hernández’s third dinger in the past two games. He had two Monday as the Red Sox combined for six home runs in a 13-4 obliteration of the Blue Jays. According to Red Sox Notes on Twitter, his nine home runs through the past 25 games are a team-high, and it’s the most he has ever hit in that span.

Maybe he can add more to that total as Wednesday’s game goes on.

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