Boston Red Sox centerfielder Jackie Bradley Jr.’s hitting streak is now at 28 games. 

By SI Wire
May 24, 2016

Get breaking news and SI’s biggest stories instantly. Download the new Sports Illustrated app (iOS or Android) and personalize your experience by following your favorite teams and SI writers.

Boston Red Sox centerfielder Jackie Bradley Jr. extended his hitting streak to 28 games in Tuesday’s 8–3 win over the Rockies.

Bradley extended the streak with a second-inning double against the Rockies. 28 games is tied with Wade Boggs for the fifth-longest streak in Red Sox history. Bradley is now halfway to the all-time mark of 56 games set by Joe DiMaggio.

Bradley entered Tuesday hitting .346 with eight home runs and 33 RBI. 

BELLER: Jackie Bradley Jr.’s adjusted swing a catalyst of hitting streak

The Red Sox entered Tuesday in first place in the AL East.

You May Like