This one just sounded gone the second the ball made contact with Xander Bogaerts’ bat.
Stepping up to the plate to lead off the top of the fourth inning for the Boston Red Sox against the Texas Rangers, the shortstop faced a 1-2 count after the first three pitches from Mike Foltynewicz.
Bogaerts sent the fourth, a 94 mph fastball, on a ride.
The home run, his fifth of the season, went 435 feet out to center field and to put Boston up 2-0.
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There was never a doubt here.
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