Momma Mia!
Boston Red Sox's Adrian Gonzalez watches his home run against the Minnesota Twins during the fifth inning of Boston's 9-5 win in a baseball game at Fenway Park in Boston Sunday, May 8, 2011.
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AG Turns Up the Power, Sox Turning It Around, Again

Under the Radar 9, Underperforming 5 | Gonzalez big birthday basher
Ellsbury still on top of his game. Hitting streak at 17 and counting
Pedroia takes break from filming commercials to chip in with a hit
Crawesome hits a legit triple. Average way up to .211
Youk getting back in the swing of things
The future is now... Say hello to Jose
J.D. 2 RBIs

"Once we get into the later part of May, we're all going to start feeling better. It's got nothing to do with the park, it's got something to do with my swing. You start feeling things." -- A-Gon on his hot streak

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