Fantastic Four

Fantastic Four

The Red Sox on Sunday night went back to back to back to back for the first time in team history.

(Boston Globe Staff Photos / Jim Davis)

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"I'll tell you, I haven't been part of anything like that, not even in Little League. It was good to see Manny put a swing like that on the ball, and then J.D. crushed one. I just wanted to get hold of one, and I did. The dugout was going crazy. It was a unique feeling." -- 4.22.07, Mike Lowell on being part of the Sox' back-to-back-to-back-to-back homers

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