Mookie Betts returned from a hamstring injury on Wednesday after missing three games (although he did pinch-hit on Tuesday night) and showed no signs of rust as he belted three home runs in three straight at-bats.
Betts finished last season with 24 home runs. His career high is 31 in 2016.
Here's all of them:
Betts finished the game 4-4 with three RBIs. On the year, Betts has a line of .365/.451/.823 and has 11 homers in 26 games to lead the league.
He also passed Ted Williams for the most three-home run games in Red Sox history with his fourth-career three-home run game.
Have a day, Mookie.