Red Sox Finding First Inning Spark Throughout Last Eight Games

After putting up some dismal first inning numbers during the first half of the season, the Red Sox appear to have found a spark.

Over the last eight games, Boston is 27-for-37 (a .621 average) including 13 extra-base hits, 19 runs and four walks. The Sox had averaged a measly .173 at the plate through the first half, but manager Alex Cora vowed to find a solution.

But will this streak continue?

For more on their recent first inning success, check out the “Red Sox Gameday Live” video above, presented by DCU. 

Thumbnail photo via Nick Turchiaro/USA TODAY Sports Images

Source: NESN

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