With the Boston Red Sox down by five runs in the bottom of the second against the Texas Rangers, they needed someone to step up to get them back in the game. Fear not, Boston faithful, Jackie Bradley Jr. is on the case.
Just what the doctor ordered.
That three-run shot by JBJ chopped the Rangers' lead down to two runs. It's his second homer off Rangers pitcher Adrian Sampson, and it marks his fifth homer of the season.
The Sox still have a hill to climb to get on top in this game, but this may just be the jolt they needed to propel them to a victory.