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Red Sox Offense Gets Back To Normal In 10-4 Win Over Indians

Red Sox Offense Gets Back To Normal In 10-4 Win Over Indians

Xander Bogaerts hit two solo homers, Andrew Benintendi had a three-run double to cap a big fourth inning and the Boston Red Sox beat the visiting Cleveland Indians 10-4 on Wednesday night at Fenway park to halt their three-game losing streak.

Mitch Moreland added a two-run homer for the Red Sox, who lost the previous two nights in a matchup of AL division leaders.

East-leading Boston, which owns the majors' best record, is the only MLB team without a four-game losing streak this season.

Edwin Encarnacion hit a pair of two-run homers in his first game off the disabled list for Central-leading Cleveland. The Indians are 17-5 on the road since July 1.

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