The verdict is still out but at the very least this pitch clock idea should eliminate those four-hour, early morning heartbreakers.
Other offseason changes: Justin Verlander and Kodai Senga are Mets. Aaron Judge is still a Yankee.
Coming off a last-place finish in 2022 and predicted to finish at the bottom of the AL East again this season, the Red Sox opened by beating Baltimore two out of three — scoring nine runs in each game. They are the third team in baseball history to score at least nine in three straight games to start a season, joining Cincinnati’s 1976 Big Red Machine and the ’78 Milwaukee Brewers known as “Bambi’s Bombers.”
One day after amassing four hits, including a walk-off homer, Adam Duvall had three more hits — two doubles and a two-run single to break a fifth-inning tie. The free agent outfielder collected his sixth extra-base hit of the season, becoming the first player in franchise history with six in his first three games with the team.
“We all knew that he was going to love Fenway Park, he’s going to love the Green Monster being that close,” Hernández said. “He drives in runs; that’s what he does. And when he hits the ball he hits it very hard. So so far, that’s been great.”
“For us, there’s not going to be one, set guy that’s going to hold this whole team up and keep going. It’s going to be every single one of us,” said Verdugo. ”Everybody’s going to contribute. Everyone’s going to come up big at their own times.”
While manager Alex Cora’s squad played from behind the first two games, the opposite was true on Sunday.
The O’s came back from a 3-0 deficit to tie it at 3 in the top of the fifth. The Sox countered with three in their half of the fifth.
When Baltimore struck back with another two in the seventh to make it a one-run game, Boston answered right back with two in the bottom of the seventh.
“It was big. It was what they did to us the first two days,” said Cora. “There were no shutdown innings for them today. We used everybody. Triston was on the bench, came in and put a good at-bat. Christian Arroyo with a good sac bunt. We’ve got a complete team and we’re going to use them. We’ll pinch-hit for people. We’ll bunt. We will use our personnel, move the ball around, hit it forward and we’ll take our chances.”
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