Dan Shaughnessy Last year’s Red Sox echo in Opening Day loss Sox rally in opener, then fall to Tigers in 9th ← Related Article Visit The Boston Globe Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Comment on this Scroll to top of page jim davis/globe staff The Red Sox walked off the field after Detroit’s Danny Worth scored the game-winning run. Carlos Osorio/AP Austin Jackson ripped a bases-loaded single in the ninth inning to give the Tigers the win. jim davis/globe staff Starter Jon Lester reacted after giving up a run to break a scoreless tie in the seventh. Jim Davis/Globe Staff Red Sox third baseman Nick Punto couldn't reach a hit by the Tigers' Austin Jackson. Jim Davis/Globe Staff Dustin Pedroia landed on the Tigers' Austin Jackson after converting a double play in the first inning. Leon Halip/Getty Images Tigers starting pitcher Justin Verlander was in a pitching duel with the Red Sox' Jon Lester through most of the game. Carlos Osorio/AP Red Sox starting pitcher Jon Lester threw a pitch during the second inning. Carlos Osorio/AP New Tigers first baseman Prince Fielder hit a single in the second inning off of Lester. Carlos Osorio/AP The Tigers lined up as they were introduced during pregame festivities at Comerica Park in Detroit. Jim Davis/Globe Staff Red Sox DH David Ortiz (left) had some fun with Tigers manager Jim Leyland prior to the teams' Opening Day meeting. Carlos Osorio/AP David Ortiz pinched Tigers slugger Delmon Young's cheeks before the game. Carlos Osorio/AP Some of the Red Sox stretched together before the game. Jim Davis/Globe Staff Red Sox first baseman Adrian Gonzalez signed some autographs after batting practice. Rebecca Cook/REUTERS Two Tigers fans celebrated Opening Day with baseball-themed hats.