Moments of Greatness: Mookie Betts slams three homers for Red Sox against Orioles

Red Sox hitters young and old are unstoppable right now. One of the young studs, outfielder Mookie Betts, clubbed three ho

me runs Tuesday night against the Orioles.No. 3, a solo shot against Baltimore reliever Dylan Bundy, gave the Sox a 6-2 lead in the seventh inning. MORE: 10 single-season feats we'll probably never see again Betts homered in each of the first two innings off O's starter Kevin Gausman; he has 12 homers this season. In all, Boston hit four round-trippers in its 6-2 victory.As good as Betts was Tuesday, he's just a cog in Boston's offensive machine. Shortstop Xander Bogaerts extended his hitting streak to 24 on Tuesday with a hit. Outfielder Jackie Bradley Jr. reeled off a 29-game hitting streak that ended last week. Designated hitter David Ortiz is batting .335.Random trivia: The Orioles were the victim the last time a major league player hit four homers in a game: Josh Hamilton went deep four times for the Rangers in Baltimore on May 8, 2012.