Yankees prospect Chance Adams turned in a quality start in his major league debut on Saturday against the Red Sox at Fenway Park.
After allowing a two-run home run to Mitch Moreland in the first inning, Adams pitched back-to-back scoreless innings before J.D. Martinez took him deep for a solo home run in the fourth.
The home runs were the only blemishes for Adams, who allowed just three hits in five innings and walked one batter. He struck out two batters and threw 83 pitches.
"It's baseball, it's a good lineup, they're gonna hit homers and stuff," Adams said, according to MLB.com. "I just had to calm myself down and know to make my pitches."