Boston Red Sox

Jackie Bradley Jr. of the Boston Red Sox celebrates after hitting a three-run home run during the fourth inning against the Baltimore Orioles at Oriole Park at Camden Yards on July 20, 2019 in Baltimore, Maryland. (Photo by Will Newton/Getty Images)

Jackie Bradley Jr. hit two three-run home runs as part of a season-best offensive onslaught for the Red Sox, who clobbered the Baltimore Orioles 17-6 on Saturday at Camden Yards.

Seven different Red Sox drove in at least one run, including three RBIs for Mookie Betts and two for Rafael Devers. Betts, Devers, and Sandy Leon each homered in addition to Bradley’s two longballs.

The Red Sox easily overcame another rough outing for starter Rick Porcello, who allowed six runs in five innings. Thanks to the Red Sox scoring 16 of their 17 runs in the first five innings, Porcello got the win to improve to 8-7 despite his season ERA rising to 5.61.

The biggest inning for the Red Sox came in the fourth, when they poured on eight runs. Boston batted around in the inning, which was punctuated by Bradley’s second of his two three-run homers.

Up Next: The Red Sox play one more in Baltimore on Sunday, before gearing up for one of the toughest stretches of the season when they play 14 straight against the Rays and Yankees.