Red Sox sweep Yankees with back-to-back-to back-to-back home runs.

Back to back to back to back. That’s a lot of backs.

The Red Sox hit four straight home runs in the third inning, the third by Mike Lowell who added a three-run shot to go ahead in the seventh as the Red Sox swept the Yankees. Four home runs. Four. On consecutive batters. Not to mention in one of America’s biggest baseball rivalry (check out the picture above of Ramirez charging the mound back in the ALCS when the dugouts emptied and Zimmer got tossed on his head, remember that?), thus proving that baseball can be THE most entertaining sport to watch live.

“I haven’t been part of anything like that, not even in Little League,” Lowell said. “The dugout was going crazy. It was really a cool feeling.”

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