David Price took a wicked line drive on his right wrist in the third inning and left the game Wednesday night. It seemed the injury weighed heavy on the Red Sox - until the seventh inning.

That's when the scored scored 11 runs on 12 hits and put away the Miami Marlins, winning 14-6.

On Price, the team are calling the injury a 'wrist contusion' and that x-rays were negative but more testing is needed. Price has been one of the best starters in baseball since the all star game.

Trailing 5-3 going into the bottom of the seventh inning, the slumping Sox bats came alive. Blake Swihart had two hits and a RBI in the inning. Jackie Bradley Jr had two hits and two RBI. Mookie Betts had two hits and two RBI in the inning. Eduardo Nunez finished the night with three hits and two RBI.

In that seventh inning, the Red Sox sent 16 batters to the plate.

The Sox get back to 50 games over .500 with a 92-42 record.

Now it's off to Chicago to play the White Sox beginning Thursday night.