Boston Hammers Jays At Fenway

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A recap of Game One of the Toronto/Boston series.

Submitted: May 29, 2018

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(Top), Andrew Benitendi had four RBIs in a 8-3 romp over the Blue Jays.

 

It wasn't a good day at Fenway Park for the Toronto Blue Jays yesterday afternoon as the team lost to the Boston Red Sox 8-3.

Xander Bogaerts opened the scoring for the Red Sox in the bottom of the first inning.  He scored on a routine ground out by J.D. Martinez.

The Jays tied the game 1-1 at the top of the fourth inning when Kendrys Morales drove in Kevin Pillar with a single.

In the bottom of the fourth inning, the Red Sox scored five runs.

First, Rafael Devers scored on a sacrifice fly by Brock Holt.

Jackie Bradley Jr. drove in Eduardo Nunez with a double.

Finally in the fourth inning, Boston broke the game wide open when Andrew Benintendi hit a three run homer.

At the top of the fifth inning, Gio Urshela scored on a sacrifice fly by Yangervis Solarte.

In the bottom of the inning, Martinez hits a solo home run.

Next inning, Boston went ahead 8-2 when Benintendi drove in Bradley Jr. with a triple.

Toronto scored their last run of the game when Teoscar Hernandez drove in Devon Travis with a triple at the top of the seventh inning.

Benintendi had a good day at the plate yesterday.  He went three for five and collected four RBIs.

Jays starting pitcher, Aaron Sanchez had a really terrible day on the mound.  He gave up nine hits, seven earned runs, a walk, and struck out just four batters in five innings pitched.

Sanchez's counter part, David Price, was just the opposite yesterday.  He gave up just four hits, two earned runs, four walks, and struck out four batters in five innings pitched.

Game Two is tonight.


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