Newly acquired Brayan Villarreal walked in the winning run in a
bases-loaded, bottom-of-the-ninth situation Monday night in San Francisco,
giving the Giants a 3-2 win over the Red Sox. (US Presswire photo)
Faces both old and new graced the Red Sox dugout Tuesday night at AT&T Park in San Francisco as the Sox squared off against the Giants in Game Two of the three-game interleague matchup.
Pawtucket shortstop call-up Xander Bogaerts made his first start for the big-league club, while newly acquired hurler Jake Peavy made his fourth start for the Sox and catcher David Ross returned to the fold after spending more than two months on the disabled list with concussion symptoms.
Oh yeah. We can’t forget Brayan Villarreal, the minor chess piece also acquired from the Detroit Tigers in the Peavy-for-Iglesias trade, who made his Sox debut and ended up walking in the winning run for the Giants in the bottom of the ninth inning with two out ...