“I thought that was a dumb question,” Ross joked. “I guess not.”
Ross found himself back on the Fenway Park podium Thursday night after he clubbed a three-run, walk-off homer in the bottom of the ninth, giving Boston a 3-1 win over the White Sox.
The Red Sox hadn’t mustered any offense to that point, after putting up a 10-spot — six of those runs coming from Ross — the night before.
But as soon as Ross lifted a 1-1 offering from Chicago closer Addison Reed, he thought back to his power surge from Wednesday. Although it was a ball he didn’t hit out that crossed hit mind at that point.
“As soon as it left my bat, I got this really exciting feeling. Then I had flashbacks of (Wednesday) night when I hit the same ball and it hit the wall,” he recalled "
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