Felix Doubront Turns in Solid First Outing of Spring With Mother in Attendance (Video)

The Red Sox’ presumptive fifth starter finally made his first start of spring training Monday, and manager John Farrell was pleased with his pitcher’s performance.

Felix Doubront pitched 1 2/3 scoreless innings against the Rays, allowing a hit and two walks while striking out two. The left-hander’s debut was delayed after he experienced shoulder troubles earlier in camp, but he was able complete his outing with with no pain on Monday. Doubront was also treated to a special surprise when his mother Nancy flew to Fort Myers from Venezuela to catch the game — her first since he joined the Red Sox.

For more on the 25-year-old’s spring debut, check out the video above.