This time the seventh inning comeback belonged to the Red Sox. And this time the team rallying from behind never looked back once it got ahead.
A night after the New York Yankees scored six times in the seventh to erase a five-run deficit only to lose in extra innings the Red Sox erased a five-run lead with five runs and tacked on four more to stun the Yankees 12-8.
Mike Napoli's grand slam -- his third of the season and second against the Yankees this year -- capped the five-run seventh and Shane Victorino's two-run homer in the eight keyed the eighth inning assault.
Napoli has three grand slams this season. Only Babe Ruth who had four in 1919 had more in a single season in franchise history.
Seven of the nine position players in the Red Sox' starting lineup knocked in at least one run.
The Red Sox have won four in a row and have scored 41 runs in their last three games alone.
Felix Doubront had another poor start failing to get past the fourth inning ...