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Barry Chin/Globe Staff
Red Sox outfielder Alex Hassan, a Milton native, spoke with David Ortiz’s son, D’Angelo, as the Red Sox took batting practice.
As Rays center fielder Kevin Kiermaier warmed up, members of the USS Zumwalt were recognized on the field during the pregame ceremonies.
Red Sox starting pitcher Rubby De La Rosa made his way in from warming up in the bullpen.
De La Rosa was making the start in place of the injured Clay Buchholz.
Red Sox first baseman Mike Carp was struck by a pitch during the second inning. It was the second consecutive night he was hit by a pitch.
De La Rosa looked to first base as Carp takes a throw.
Red Sox left fielder Jonny Gomes tried, but was unable, to make a play on this ball hit by Ben Zobrist in the third inning.
De La Rosa pointed toward the dugout after getting the last out in the bottom of the third inning.
Red Sox third baseman Brock Holt watched the fligth of his third-inning home run, which gave the Sox a 2-0 lead.
Kiermaier could only watch as Holt’s home run landed in the Sox bullpen.
Holt was congratulated by Xander Bogaerts (2) and Jonathan Herrera after his first major league homer.
Holt also got a hand from the fans and his teammates as he approached the dugout.
A hand injury forced Dustin Pedroia to sit out Saturday’s game.
Herrera’s successful squeeze play here in the fourth inning scored Grady Sizemore (not pictured) and extended Boston’s lead.
Jackie Bradley Jr. went deep in the fifth inning. It was his first homer of the season and third of his major league career.
Kiermaier once again was relegated to the role of spectator, as there was nothing he could do about this one.
Holt was ruled safe at first base on this close play in the fifth inning.
De La Rosa pumped his fist in the seventh inning, after getting a double play to end the frame.
Bradley leaped high in an attempt to snag this ball hit by Tampa Bay’s Kiermaier in the eighth inning, but couldn’t make the play. Bradley was injured on the play.
As Bradley laid on the turf, Gomes tried to chase down the ball. Kiermaier scored on an inside-the-park home run.
Kiermaier slid safely into home to score Tampa Bay’s lone run.
Despite a bloody nose, Bradley remained in the game.
Catcher A.J. Pierzynski congratulated pitcher Alex Wilson after the final out. Wilson pitched the final two innings.
Holt, Bradley, Sizemore, and Bogaerts celebrated Saturday’s victory.
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