Watch Giants’ Mike Yastrzemski Crush Home Run In Fenway Park Debut


Dereck Rodriguez, the 13th pitcher who Giants manager Bruce Bochy used, tossed a scoreless 15th despite allowing two runners to reach. In his three games he's given up zero earned on two hits in 5.2 total innings.

Making his first appearance at Fenway Park, Mike Yastrzemski of the San Francisco Giants batted leadoff and played left field Tuesday evening.

The game lasted 5 hours, 54 minutes and featured 50 players overall.

"I wanted to get my 10,000 steps in, and I was a little behind", he quipped. But the Red Sox retaliated in the bottom of the inning against a quartet of Giants relievers, with pinch-hitter Juan Centeno accepting a game-tying, bases-loaded walk from Kyle Barraclough to push the game deeper into the night - and prompting an ever-lengthening procession of relievers into the game.

The series continues on Wednesday night.

"That's one of those things where you take a second and understand what's going on and appreciate the moment and not take it for granted", Mike Yastrzemski said. "You don't usually get a standing ovation from the opposing fans".

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"This feels v [ery] familiar.", the Red Sox joked.

For the second time in three weeks, Eovaldi lasted just four innings in a game that ultimately lasted 15 innings.

"The only way that I can compare it to anything would be if I compare to the "67 season", the elder Yastrzemski said".

Sam Travis, batting for J.D. Martinez (who left with tightness in his right groin and is now day-to-day), led off the inning with a triple to right, though the three-bagger came at a terrifying cost.

Samardzija, who will face Boston for the first time since 2015, is 1-2 with a 6.75 ERA in four career starts against the Red Sox.

Brandon Crawford's RBI double in the 13th inning gave the Giants a 6-5 lead. Neither team scored down the stretch, prompting extra innings. He has had plenty of success against San Francisco in his career, going 9-7 with a 3.06 ERA in 23 meetings (22 starts).