Wily Peralta's pre-game warmup (gif c/o Fred):
Jean Segura started off the game strong for the Brewers with a one-out triple, but failed to score in the first inning after Ryan Braun and Aramis Ramirez struck out.
Instead, it was Jonathan Lucroy who scored the first Brewers run when he launched a home run over the Green Monster.
The Brewers would score one more run later in the inning when Carlos Gomez singled. However, he would make the third out of the inning on the basepaths when he was caught stealing.
The Red Sox cut the lead in half when Grady Sizemore hit an RBI single in the bottom of the second on a play that featured a throwing error by Logan Schafer. Schafer made up for it on the next batter, though, preventing more runs from scoring.
Will Middlebrooks would tie it up the next inning on a hit no defender could have stopped.
Super-prospect Xander Bogaerts is good at defense, but had a blunder in the middle of the game.
Jonathan Lucroy decided that anything A.J. Pierzynski can do, he can do better.
With the game remaining tied 2-2 in the 9th, Khris Davis, Scooter Gennett and Lyle Overbay broke it open.
Doug Melvin stares into your soul and is at first amused, then disappointed.