Quotes, notes and stars from the Red Sox' 6-2 win over the Orioles.
"If he has a boy, he ought to make him Mookie after tonight's outing.'' - John Farrell on Jackie Bradley Jr., who left the team for a paternity leave after Mookie Betts slugged three homers.
"I know each day that I've got it. I wake up, I know I have it. I come to the field, I know I have it.'' - Xander Bogaerts on his ongoing hitting streak.
"He's probably one of the few guys, every time I see him hit, I think he's going to hit a homer. He's just that presence that he has in the batter's box.'' - Bogaerts on Betts.
"This is probably my best night; first time I've ever done that.'' - Betts, when asked where the game ranks individually for him in his career.
"I wanted to locate the heater good, not force it too much, don't try to throw hard - just try to throw strikes.'' - Eduardo Rodriguez on his season debut.
* Xander Bogaerts extended his hitting streak to 24 games, second-longest in baseball this season.
* Bogaerts has hit safely in 36-of-38 games at a .399 clip with 33 runs scored and 23 driven in.
* Eduardo Rodriguez two runs or fewer in each of his three career starts at Camden Yards.
* The Sox had back-to-back homers (Mookie Betts and Dustin Pedroia) for the first time this season.
* Mookie Betts had a three-homer game for the first time in his career.
* Betts became the first Red Sox player to homer three times in the same game since Will Middlebrooks did so on April 7, 2013.
* The last time the Sox began a game with back-to-back homers was July 27, 2011 when Jacoby Ellsbury and Pedroia did so.
* The Red Sox scored multiple runs in the first inning for the 20th time in 51 games.
* David Ortiz extended his own hit streak to eight games.
1) Mookie Betts
Betts belted three homers -- one to left, one to center and one to right -- for the first time in his career and also contributed a brilliant diving catch in right in the seventh inning.
2) Eduardo Rodriguez
Rodriguez made his season debut and allowed two runs on six hits through six innings and didn't issue a single walk while fanning three.
3) Chris Young
Getting a rare start in center, Young made a spectacular catch to likely rob Manny Machado of a two-run homer, while drawing a walk and adding a single and a run scored.