Red Sox rookie Jarren Duran hits first profession house run in win vs. Blue Jays
Boston Red Sox outfielder Jarren Duran wanted 3 video games, however he was once in the end at the board together with his first profession house run Monday night time towards the Toronto Blue Jays.
Duran hit an reverse–area house run off of Ross Stripling that hardly cleared the left-field fence. Still, it counted and it was once the 24-year-old California natives first-ever house run.
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“Thats a working count in my favor I was hoping for a fastball and I got a fastball and it was a good pitch too, it was up and away. Im just glad I stayed with it and went the other way with it and didnt try and do too much,” Duran mentioned after the sport, by way of NESN.
“I didnt think I got it, I thought maybe over his head for a double or something,” he added. “But it all felt good trotting the bases, feeling like I did something to help the team get two runs on the board early.”
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Durans first-inning house run was once part of an eight-run first inning. The Red Sox went directly to defeat the Blue Jays, 13-4. He completed 1-for-16 with two RBI and two strikeouts.
Hunter Renfroe, Enrique Hernandez, Rafael Devers and Danny Santana every had house runs within the recreation.
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Nick Pivetta was once credited with the victory. He allowed 4 runs on 11 hits in 6 2/3 innings. He struck out 4 batters and walked two others.
The Associated Press contributed to this document.