Watch Jonathan Araúz Blast Two-Out Solo Home Run For Red Sox Vs. Rays

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Before Jonathan Araúz stepped to the plate in the seventh inning of Monday’s Red Sox-Rays game, there had been 15 total runs scored, but surprisingly none of them came on home runs.

That changed when Araúz took an 87.5-mph slider from J.P. Feyereisen into the bullpen to give the Red Sox a 9-7 lead with two outs.

The rookie was 0-for-3 up to that point, and with the Rays continuing to advance on what was once a 7-1 lead, he picked a great time to log his first knock of the day.

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