Jays Splits Series With Boston

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A recap of last night's Toronto/Boston Game Two.

The Toronto Blue Jays split the two game series with the Boston Red Sox, winning 6-3 last night.

Toronto got off to a really good start last night, scoring four runs in the first two innings.

Vladmir Guerrero Jr. drove in Cavan Biggio with a single at the top of the first inning.

At the top of the second inning, Marcus Semien scored on a sacrifice fly by Lourdes Gurriel Jr.

Josh Placios scored on a routine ground out, putting Toronto ahead 3-0.

Toronto went ahead 4-0 when Bo Bichette drove in Danny Jansen.

The Red Sox battled back.

First, J.D. Martinez scored on a routine ground out in the bottom of the fourth inning.

Enrique Hernandez drove in Marwin Gonzalez with a double in the bottom of the fifth inning. 

Then, in the bottom of the eighth inning, Xander Bogaerts hit a solo home run.

Fortiunately for the Jays, the team had a big ninth inning.

First, Alejandro Kirk drove in Bichette with a single.

Then, Randal Grichuk drove in Guerrero Jr. with a single.

Guerrero Jr, went two for four at the plate and had a RBI.

Toronto's starting pitcher, Trent Thornton went two innings, allowing two hits, no earned runs, no walks, and struck out no batters.

Anthony Castro recorded his first save of the season.

Gonzalez went two for four at the plate.

Boston's starting pitcher, Garrett Richards went 4.2 innings, allowing four hits, four earned runs, six walks, and struck out two batters.

Toronto heads off to Tampa Bay to play the Rays tomorrow night.

Submitted: April 22, 2021

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