August 29, 2013
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Red Sox legend Pedro Martinez signed autographs on the field before the game for a Jimmy Fund event.
Red Sox starting pitcher John Lackey beat Baltimore’s Nate McLouth to the bag for the first out of the game.
Shortstop Stephen Drew charged a first-inning slow roller off the bat of Manny Machado, but the throw was late.
Third baseman Xander Bogaerts kept his eye on the ball as he caught a twisting third-inning foul ball off the bat of Nate McLouth.
Fans in the stands reacted as a first-inning foul ball headed their way.
Stephen Drew got a late throw as Baltimore’s Brian Roberts stole second base in the top of the third inning.
Xander Bogaerts held onto the ball despite having Orioles infielder Brian Roberts on his back in the third inning.
Pitcher John Lackey howled in disgust as Manny Machado rounded the bases following his third-inning solo home run.
Daniel Nava reacted after striking out with the bases loaded in the bottom of third inning.
Jacoby Ellsbury reacted after fouling a ball off himself in the seventh inning.
Jacoby Ellsbury beat the throw to Orioles catcher Matt Wieters and scored the tying run on a Dustin Pedroia hit in the seventh.
Eighth-inning pinch hitter Mike Carp watched the flight of his blooper to left field that would end up deciding the game.
Mike Carp’s bloop single to left flew just over the head of a diving Manny Machado and scored Jarrod Saltalamacchia for the winning run.
Jarrod Saltalamacchia crossed the plate in the eighth inning for the winning run.
Mike Carp got a hero’s welcome when he returned to the dugout after leaving for a pinch runner in the eighth inning.