BOSTON -- After singling off the Green Monster in Tuesday's 10-7 victory and doubling off the wall against Tim Wakefield on Wednesday, Brent Lillibridge came up with his first Fenway Park home run leading off the sixth in a 7-4 victory.
"This is a fun place to play, and I took advantage of the short wall," said Lillibridge, who is now hitting .308 and has six homers. "[I] got the head out a couple times [and was] being aggressive."
Lillibridge got the start in center field, but he finished the game in right. Manager Ozzie Guillen credits Lillibridge and hitting coach Greg Walker for his offensive improvement.