September 02, 2013
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The Tigers have fans in Boston, including this woman who was shooting photos during batting practice.
John Lackey applauded after Dustin Pedroia made a sliding play to throw out Victor Martinez (right) at first base to end the top of the first inning and save a run.
Shane Victorino grimaced as he picked up the ball that had just hit him during his at-bat in the first inning.
Fans gave former Red Sox player and now Detroit shortstop Jose Iglesias an ovation when he came to the plate for the first time in the game.
Mike Napoli did his best to break up a second-inning double play, but Jose Iglesias got the throw off in time.
Jacoby Ellsbury caught a ball hit by Jose Iglesias to end the top of the fifth inning.
Shane Victorino hit a scalding foul ball in the sixth inning that appeared to hit a fan behind the Tigers dugout.
Tigers players pointed to the field to indicate where Shane Victorino should hit the ball after he sent two hard shots into the stands behind the dugout. Victorino ripped a single to left field.
Jose Iglesias howled after he tagged out Shane Victorino in the sixth inning. Iglesias then threw to first base to double up Dustin Pedroia.
Jacoby Ellsbury can't track down a triple by Andy Dirks in the seventh inning that knocked in Victor Martinez.
Victor Martinez beat the throw as he scored on a triple by Andy Dirks in the seventh inning.
John Lackey reacted after Victor Martinez scored on a triple with the first run of the game in the seventh inning.
After he doubled in the eighth inning, Dustin Pedroia said something that made Jose Iglesias cover his mouth with his jersey in order to not be seen laughing.
David Ortiz walked back to the dugout after striking out to end the eighth inning.
John Lackey pitched well again, but the Red Sox bats let him down.
Omar Infante, left, and Jose Iglesias embraced following the final out of Detroit's 3-0.