Nobody had accomplished the feat, but it still looked awfully familiar.
One game after the Red Sox set a Major League Baseball postseason record with a pair of grand slams in a single game - with J.D. Martinez and Rafael Devers each going deep - Kyle Schwarber joined the party.
In the second inning of Game 2 of the American League Championship Series, the Red Sox' third baseman jumped on a José Urquidy 93 mph, 3-0 fastball and deposited it into the right field seats at a raucous Fenway Park for yet another grand slam for Alex Cora's club.
The grand slam marked the first time in MLB postseason history that a team has hit three in a single series.
The 430-foot blast made it 6-0 Red Sox, with an RBI single from Christian Vazquez and Jose Altuve error on Christian Arroyo's grounder scoring the first two runs.
The Red Sox would add three more runs in the third inning on Vazquez's bloop single, scoring Hunter Renfroe, and a two-run homer from Arroyo.
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