For those who have been patiently waiting for the start of the MLB season, opening day did not disappoint. There was a little bit of everything with walk-off hits, multi-homer games, pitchers’ duelsand one epic meltdown.Giancarlo Stanton was the biggest story of the winter and he was the biggest story of the first day of the new seasonas well. The former Marlins right fielder clubbed two home runs and smacked a double on a 3-for-5 night that racked up four RBIs in a 6-1 Yankees win over the Blue Jays. Even more impre sively though was who Stanton matched with his numbers.Stanton became the first Yankee since Roger Maris to hit two home runs in his Yankees debut. He’s also the first Yankee since Joe Pepitone in 1963 to have a multi-home run game in the season opener.As for the https://www.rockiesedges.com/colorado-rockies/jonathan-lucroy-jersey Yankees’ rivals, the Red Sox thought they had their matchup with the Rays at hand as they led 4-0 after seven innings, but they could not have been more wrong. Boston’s bullpen gave up six earned runs in the bottom of the eighthen route to a6-4 lo s. Joe Kelly gave up https://www.rockiesedges.com/colorado-rockies/todd-helton-jersey four runs in the inning and described his performance as”pathetic.”Elsewhere in the American League East, the Orioles enjoyed a walk-off homer from Adam Jones in a 3-2 win over the Twins in 11innings. That wasn’t it for the walkoffs though. Nick Markakis smacked a three-run bomb in the ninth to give the Braves an 8-5 win over the Phillies andMarcus Semien gave the Athletics a walk-off 6-5 win with a single in the 11th against the Angels.Studs of the NightWhite Sox third baseman Matt Davidson blasted three home runs for five RBIs in a 14-7 win over the Royals.Cardinals first baseman Jose Martinez went 3 for 4 with a home run and two RBIs in a 9-4 lo s to the Mets.Dud of the NightThis may be the one time this happens but Mike Trout went 0 for 6 and struck out with two runners on base in a tie game in the 11th inning during a 6-5 lo s to the A’s.HighlightCubs center fielder Ian Happ got the season started right as he took the very first pitch of the season from Marlins starter Jose Urena out to rightfield. Happ became only the second player in MLB history to homer onthe very first pitch of the season. Dwight Evans did it in 1986 with the Red Sox.GOODBYE, BASEBALL!Ian Happ sends the very first pitch of the 2018 MLB season into the stands. (via @Cubs) pic.twitter.com/g67xmANppP FOX Sports (@FOXSports) March 29, 2018What’s NextNationals (0-0) at Reds (0-0) 4:10 p.m. ET The Nationals and Reds had to wait for their opening day due to bad weather but fans will still be treated to Max Scherzer, the reigning NL Cy Young winner. Homer Bailey Gerardo Parra Jersey will toe the rubber for the hometown Reds.