The Atlanta Braves made a bit of history on Tuesday and Wednesday night at Fenway Park as they took down the Boston Red Sox. In addition to grabbing a sweep of the struggling Sox over three games, they also saw two of their stars have three-homer games on back-to-back nights. That makes the pair, Marcell Ozuna and Adam Duvall, the first in Major League history to accomplish that. Ozuna did it on Tuesday, launching three home runs.
He would have another on Wednesday, but the limelight was firmly in Duvall’s corner as he jacked three of his own. In all, he had five RBIs (two two-run shots and a solo) in the 7-5 win that leaves the Braves in first in the NL East at 22-14 thus far. The Red Sox, meanwhile, fell to 12-25, which happens to be the worst record in the AL East.