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Mookie Betts hit two home runs and drove in eight runs as the Red Sox pummeled the Blue Jays 15-1 win to sweep the three-game weekend series at Rogers Centre.

Photo courtesy of the Boston Red Sox
It was the first time in Red Sox history that a lead-off hitter has had eight RBI's in a single game.

Drew Pomeranz was the beneficiary of the offensive onslaught, going six innings to earn his eighth win of the year. He scattered five hits and walked a pair while striking out three.

Boston rapped out 21 hits with every starter contributing at least one hit. Betts (pictured) led with four; Hanley Ramirez, Jackie Bradley Jr., Tzu-Wei Lin, and Deven Marrero each had two.

The seventh inning was the big one for the Red Sox who scored eight times in the frame.

Recapping the 7th:
- @Dmarrero305 2-run double
- @mookiebetts 2-run single
- @asben16 RBI double
- @15lasershow RBI double

It's 13-1! pic.twitter.com/HpUs8xUq3v

— Boston Red Sox (@RedSox) July 2, 2017

Xander Bogaerts was scratched from the lineup with what was described as right groin tightness.

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Jim Monaghan 7/02/2017 04:43:00 PM Edit
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