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Blue Jays Rising in the AL East

On Thursday in the Grapefruit League the Toronto Blue Jays defeated the Boston Red Sox 3-2 in what could be called a meaningless spring training contest, however heads are beginning to turn at the Jays currently hold a 23-5 record. The game was started by Alfredo Aceves for the Sox, who looked solid over the […]

McDonald Guns Down Encarnacion in Ninth to Secure Red Sox Win; Lester Exits with Back Strain

For eight innings of Tuesday’s game against Toronto, Red Sox pitchers held the Blue Jays completely in check. In the ninth, it was the defense’s turn. Darnell McDonald threw out designated hitter Edwin Encarnacion at home, ending the Blue Jays’ ninth-inning comeback one run short and securing the 3-2 Red Sox victory. McDonald Saves Shaky […]

Crawford, Jenks Struggle as Red Sox Drop to 2-10

After two long days off to think about their 2-9 start, the Red Sox made some positive news early Friday by signing first baseman Adrian Gonzalez to a 7-year, $154 million deal that will keep him in Boston through the 2018 season. The Sox needed to make more good news Friday night to avoid the […]

Blue Jays Peck Holes in Red Sox, Win 16-2

Toronto won by 14 on Friday night. You’re right, there’s no NFL team in Toronto. No, the Buffalo Bills haven’t moved across the border yet. The Raptors aren’t playing right now, either. So wait a minute…you mean to tell me the Toronto FC squad set an MLS record with 14 goals? Nope. As much as […]

Dominant Lester Helps Red Sox Sweep Blue Jays

With the Celtics and Bruins moving on to the second round of the playoffs, the Red Sox have hit the sports back burner in Boston, for now. In case you didn’t notice, the Red Sox have won seven of nine overall. They earned their first series sweep of the season. They’re back at .500. No […]