Vaya night for the Boston Red Sox after losing on the road to the Toronto Blue Jays with a score of 12 runs to four in favor of the Canadians. Thus, the Boston team was in second place in the East in the American League, while the Blue Jays finished in penultimate position, so the defeat for the American team will be painful because they started as favorites.
During the first three episodes none of the squads was hurt, even in the fourth inning those from Boston already had a career in favor But the fateful fifth inning had to come, for heThe Maple Leafs scored an outrageous nine runs. After this, those from Boston wanted to put their hands in, because in the sixth they scored a pair, but the Blue Rays did not want to stop and already had the tenth to the account. Ultimately, Canada’s put in a couple more in the subsequent two chapters to seal a win for a thirsty team this season.
The Rogers Center was amazed by the great work of the Jays, especially by the work of Teoscar José Hernández who scored three times, but Marcus Semien, Bo Bichette, Lourdes Gurriel Jr., as well as Alejandro Kirk, Randall Grichuk and Breyvic Valera each put the team a couple of runs and thus leave the Red Sox on the canvas the night of August 6.
The Blue Rays had a brilliant chapter in the fifth low after Kirk doubled to left field, then it was up to Grichuk hit to give the maple leaf another double into the far right field for Kirk to finish the run. It was the turn of Valera who hit the ball to right field and give Grichuk a chance to reach fourth base. Valera then ran to third after a Red Sox miss with a fly ball, then Guerrero was walked. Semien was struck out and once this happened, Bichette would arrive to hit a single to right field that was beaten play after play., so Valera made the move to the end of the diamond and give the Canadians one more race. Not one more play happened and Hernández doubled to center field for Bichette and Guerrero will celebrate a couple more runs. But things didn’t end there Gurriel provoked the yell with a home run to left field., a fact that Hernández enjoyed because the Blue Jays had the game at their feet there.