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Boston Red Sox star Trevor Storey clocked 3 hours in the historic second baseman’s performance

Boston Red Sox star Trevor Storey clocked 3 hours in the historic second baseman's performance

Boston – Trevor’s story He had 3 homers, 4 hitters, 7 RBIs and a steal base to help the Boston Red Sox from a four-stroke deficit to beat the Seattle Mariners 12-6 Thursday night.

He became the first key man in MLB history to steal a base in a three-game, according to Elias Athletic Bureau. He also joined Jim Tabor as the only Red Sox players to have had 5 runs, 3 dingers and 7 RBIs since the RBI became official in 1920.

Story tackled a pair of two-run hurdles and a three-stroke shot in the eighth inning, and also picked the green light in round six with the help of a wild throw. In the first season of a six-year, $140 million contract, Storey had just two holders in the 32 games entered on Thursday.

“The speculators are getting better,” said manager Alex Cora. “He keeps working hard and he’s a good athlete. He’ll hit. We know that. He feels comfortable in the environment and it’s only a matter of time. It was a great day.”

The story got into the game hitting the .205 with 16 RBIs. By the time he finished, and his third Homer bounced off Lansdowne Street, his hit average was up to 0.230 and Homer’s total more than doubled.

“Just a special night and I will never forget it,” said Storey, who played three times in a game for Colorado against San Francisco in September 2018.

Boston fans have been waiting for Storey’s attack and were delighted with his performance on Thursday.

Story said, “Just very simple things, just trying to be more balanced and be on time. I think that’s as simple as I can put it. I’m not trying to do too much and I think that really works for me.”

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Jackie Bradley Jr.. He added an RBI double from Green Monster as Boston scored nine straight runs and won for the fifth time in seven games.

The Red Sox had four rounds without results tanner hook (3-3) after Seattle rough start Rich Hill Over the first two halves to lead 4-0.

Dylan Moore Homer hit three runs a second for Seattle, who lost for the third time in four games and fell to 3-4 in a long ride that still had three games to play in Boston.

Ty France He added double the RBI per second as the sailors chased Hill. Hawk (3-3) went off the field and closed the Mariners over the next four, hitting six and allowing one hit and one walk.

Seattle rookie George Kirby (0-1) continued until sixth place but was withdrawn after him Alex VerdugoBullets double from the wall in the center.

Although Kirby couldn’t get his first major win, he was in trouble for a loss after Storey shaved one off Moore’s gauntlet to center, and Verdugo scored when Julio RodriguezThrow skipped third and bounced off the wall outside of the Seattle bunker. Story finished second on a foul, stole third and scored easily in Bradley’s high-of-the-beast double to put Boston ahead 6-4.

Seattle dump White Mills He walked Bobby Dalbeck With loading rules in the seventh and then hit Christian Vasquez with the ballpark, allowing Boston’s eighth straight run to cross the board. Danny Young Bradley walked six pitches, allowing the story to come home and score his fourth run.

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The story told Seattle’s early lead in half with Homer two runs to center in second, then tied it up for third with another two-stroke engine that cleared Green Monster and made it far from Fenway Park. Then he hooked up Young on the eighth, that’s also over The Beast and Lansdowne Street.

This was the nineteenth match of Story’s career.

Rodriguez added Homer’s solo to Seattle in ninth, and third.

The Associated Press contributed to this story.