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Daniel Nava home run
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Home Sweet Home Opener for Red Sox

Boston 3, Baltimore 1 | One Swing of the Bat Beats O's in Opener
Daniel Nava Senior 3-Run HR Steals the Show, While JBJ Takes a Seat
Buchholz Goes 7 Strong, Works Out of Jams, for Second Straight Win
Bailey's Nails, Hanrahan Gets Save No. 3

"It was special just because it was opening day. I wasn't trying to hit a home run. It just worked out like that but to contribute and get us a lead in a tight game after Buck pitched well is something that I think anyone who stepped in the box in (that) situation was looking to do." -- Daniel Nava postgame

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Nava Home Run Ball
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