It's bombs away in Boston! And this is certainly what you want to see from the young future stars on the Red Sox.

During Sunday afternoon's spring training game against rival Baltimore Orioles, left fielder Andrew Benintendi and third baseman Rafael Devers went back-to-back with two massive shots in the top of the second inning to start the route.

Yea, those one's aren't coming back.

That's Benintendi's first of the spring, and the 22-year-old is looking to build off of his solid 2017 campaign where he appeared in 151 games and posted a solid .271/.352/.424 slash line in his rookie season. 

As for Devers, he's also trying to build off of a 2017 year that featured 10 home runs and 30 RBI in 240 plate appearances. Plenty of promising signs for a Red Sox team looking to establish as much young talent and depth in a fierce AL East Division.