Incredible! Kyle Schwarber Just Hit Red Sox’s Third Grand Slam Of ALCS

Schwarber's second-inning blast gave Boston a 6-0 lead


Red Sox slugger Kyle Schwarber hit Boston’s third grand slam of the American League Championship Series on Monday night with a second-inning bomb to right field at Fenway Park.

Schwarber’s 430-foot blast gave Boston a 6-0 lead against the Houston Astros before the hosts recorded five outs against them. The home run swing came on a 3-0 pitch — a 93 mph fastball.

The Red Sox are the first team in postseason history to hit three grand slams in a single postseason series.

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Boston batted around in the second inning, scoring six runs on five hits with two walks. Astros pitcher Jose Urquidy was pulled after 1 2/3 innings with all of it credited to him.

As fans certainly will remember, Boston hit a pair of grand slams during Saturday’s Game 2 win. J.D. Martinez and Rafael Devers hit the grand slams during that victory.

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