BOSTAN – Trevor Story had three homers, four strokes and seven RBIs to help the Boston Red Sox rally from a four-game deficit beat the Seattle Mariners 12-6 Thursday night.

Story scored a pair of homers with two runs and a throw from three rounds in the eighth, and he also distinguished himself in the run in the sixth with a wild throw. In the first season of the $ 140 six-year contract, Story had just two homers in 32 games that began Thursday.

Jackie Bradley Jr. added an RBI double from Green Monster when Boston scored nine in a row and won for the fifth time in seven games.

The Red Sox received four innings without points from Tanner Hawk (3-3) after Seattle defeated starter Rich Hill in the first two innings and increased the score to 4-0.

Dylan Moore scored Homer from three rounds in the second for Seattle, who lost for the third time in four games and dropped to 3-4 during a long trip that included three more games in Boston.

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Ty France added a double RBI in the second when the sailors chased Hill. Hawk (3-3) came out of the bullpen and closed the sailors for the next four, striking out six and allowing only one hit and one step.

Seattle rookie George Kirby (0-1) held out until sixth, but was pulled out after Alex Verduga doubled off a wall in the center.

Although Kirby failed to win his first major competition, he was on the hook because of a loss after Story brought Moore’s only glove to center, and Verduga scored when Julio Rodriguez’s shot missed the third. part and bounced off the wall outside the Seattle dugout. The story took second place due to a throwing error, stole third and easily scored on Bradley’s double high score from Monster, bringing Boston 6-4.

Seattle Rifleman Wyatt Mills held Bobby Dalbeck with bases loaded in the seventh, then hit Christian Vazquez with a step that allowed Boston to cross the plate for the eighth time in a row. Danny Young spent Bradley on six fields, allowing Story to run home and kill his fourth race.

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Story cut Seattle’s early lead in half with Homer’s two runs to the center in the second and then equaled him in the third with another two races that cleared the Green Monster and got to Fenway Park. He then connected from Young at eight, this one also through Monster and to Landsdown Street.

It was the 19th crowded game in Career Story.

Rodriguez added a Homer solo for Seattle in the ninth, his third.

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Sailors: Restored RHP Drew Steckenrider from the banned list and returned LHP Ronis Elias to Triple-A Tacoma. Steckenrider was included in the restricted rights list last week before sailors crossed the line for a three-game series in Toronto.

Red Sox: LHP Darwinzon Hernandez underwent surgery Thursday to repair a torn meniscus in his right knee. Manager Alex Cora said there is no schedule for Hernandez who has worked on some mechanical issues with Triple-A Worcester.

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Sailors: LHP Robbie Ray (4-3, 4.62 ERA) pitches Friday night. He won the last two starts, scoring nine on Sunday in the Seattle victory over the New York Mets.

Red Sox: RHP Michael Eye is expected to be reinstated from the injured list and will make his first start from May 3rd. Eye was 3-0 with a 1.38 ERA before coming out on IL with soreness in his left side.

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