The Red Sox erupted for eleven runs on sixteen hits - including three home runs - to defeat the Twins 11-1 at Target Field on Saturday afternoon.
Photo courtesy of the Boston Red Sox
Boston scored as many runs in the top of the second inning - eight - as they had in Rick Porcello's last four starts combined. For his part, Porcello (pictured) went seven innings allowing one run on seven hits. He struck out six and didn't walk a batter.
For Porcello, it was his first win since Opening Day.
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