Hunter Renfroe Gets Game 4 Started With First-Inning Web Gem For Red Sox

Boston's outfielder defense got it done again

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October 11, 2021

Boston Red Sox right fielder Hunter Renfroe provided some impactful defense for starting pitcher Eduardo Rodriguez in the first inning of Monday’s Game 4 against the Tampa Bay Rays.

Renfroe went all-out in pursuit of a fly ball hit to right-center field by Rays lead-off man Randy Arozarena and hauled in a web gem for the game’s first out.

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Arozarena certainly would have been looking at extra bases if the ball dropped into right-center between Renfroe and Kiké Hernández. And while Rodriguez retired the side in order to end the first inning, it definitely could have been a different story without the highlight-reel defensive play.

Thumbnail photo via Paul Rutherford/USA TODAY Sports Images
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