The Red Sox pounded the White Sox 15-2 Saturday night, thanks to a third inning that will be talked about for a long time.

Ten consecutive Sox batters came to the plate and each one got a hit. It all  happened with two outs in the inning. They came close to the all-time record of 12 straight hits by the Cardinals back in 1930.

Vazquez single, Benintendi single, Betts double, Martinez double, Bogaerts home run, Chavis home run, Devers double, Pierce single, Nunez home run, Vazquez single.

10 straight hits. 9 Red Sox runs.

By the time the night ended, the Sox had 15 runs on 20 hits. Michael Chavis had four hits, including two home runs and three RBI.

Vazquez added four hits. Andrew Benintendi had three.

Eduardo Rodriguez cruised through six inning on the hill to pick up the win.

The Sox close in on .500 with a 16-18 record and the final game vs the White Sox is this afternoon with live coverage on Sports Radio 92.9 The Ticket starting at 1:10pm.