At 6 hours, 49 minutes, it was the longest game by time in Red Sox history. After Chase Headley tied the score with a home run in the bottom of the ninth, Boston went ahead three times in extra innings, taking a lead for the final time on a sacrifice fly by Mookie Betts.
If you like baseball but only have so much bandwidth for sports in March, the NCAA tournament probably took most of it. No worries, though. Scott White catches you up on what you missed from spring training.