BOSTON (CBS) — Hanley Ramirez had a monster week at the plate, earning the Red Sox’ slugger Co-American League Player of the Week honors.

Ramirez shares the award with Oakland’s Khris Davis after both clubbed five homers last week.

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It’s Hanley’s fourth Player of the Week award over his career, but first in the American League. Over the last seven days, Ramirez hit .462 (12-for-26) with a 1.077 slugging percentage and 1.594 OPS. He drove in 12 runs to give him 106 RBIs on the season, matching his career-high set back in 2009 with the Florida Marlins.

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Ramirez powered the Red Sox to a four-game sweep over the New York Yankees, blasting a walk-off homer on Thursday night and two more (including the game-winner) on Sunday night, giving Boston a three-game cushion over the Baltimore Orioles in the AL East.