The Boston Red Sox couldn’t have asked for much more on Opening Day.

It certainly was a strange Opening Day, but the weather was nice, the runs were aplenty for the Sox and most importantly, baseball returned. There has been more than a few moments over the last few months where a 2020 season felt in doubt due to COVID-19, but the Sox took the field Friday night at Fenway Park and earned their first win of the season, taking down the Baltimore Orioles 13-2.

Nathan Eovaldi was stellar for Boston, allowing just one run in six innings of work while striking out four Orioles, and the offense terrorized the Orioles.

One person who knows a thing or two about earning a win at Fenway Park on Opening Day is former fireballer Roger Clemens.

The seven-time Cy Young winner joined “NESN After Hours” on Friday night to dissect the Sox, as well as talk about the unorthodox 2020 MLB season as a whole.

Check out the full interview above!

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