Orioles rookie Trey Mancini, making his major league debut on Tuesday night, broke up Red Sox starter Eduardo Rodriguez‘s no-hit bid with two outs in the fifth inning, slugging a solo home run to left field. It marks the first hit of his big league career.
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Per ESPN Stats & Info, Mancini is one of two Orioles — the other being Jonathan Schoop — in the last 50 years to homer for his first major league hit. Mancini flied out to right field in his first at-bat in the third inning.
Mancini, 24, is considered to be the Orioles’ fifth-best prospect by MLB Pipeline. Spending most of the season with Triple-A Norfolk, he hit .280/.349/.427 with 13 home runs and 54 RBI in 536 plate appearances.