The Red Sox pulled off their second walk-off victory in a row last night, beating the Phillies 6-5 in twelve innings. This time, it was Andrew Benintendi who finished the job, hitting a ground rule double into the right field seats to end the game. He was mobbed by teammates, and as tradition, given the Powerade shower. Two fantastic finishes in a row made the late nights worth it!
It’s been a grind this week, but last night, the long hours paid off. After a back and forth game, Dustin Pedroia won it in the eleventh inning for the Red Sox with a walk-off RBI single. My hunch told me to stay focused on Pedroia as he rounded first base, despite a game deciding play happening at home plate. It paid off, as Pedroia gave a great reaction. Unfortunately, he ran the other way from my position at first base, so I don’t have anything great aside from the initial reaction, but it was still good to get an iconic moment of a fan favorite here in Boston.
Here are some photos from a Red Sox win last night at Fenway. Not a great shooting night for me! I just felt off. Sometimes that happens though, so I’m looking forward to getting back after it this weekend.
We’ve made it through team workouts, and are onto Spring Training games here at jetBlue Park. Today, the Red Sox took on Northeastern University, a game that has become an annual tradition. Here are some images from the game.
After three weeks in sunny Fort Myers, Florida at Red Sox Spring Training camp, I’m finally back in Boston. The team looks very promising this year. The talented in the Red Sox Creative Services department is off to a great start, too. We’ve produced some really compelling content so far, which will serve as a good base to build upon as we head into the season.
Here are a few closing images from the last week of Grapefruit League games I shot.
I’m really excited for the season to begin, but first I’m off to Indian Wells, California, to shoot tennis at the BNP Paribas Open. More to come from the West side soon!