Xander Bogaerts had 3 RBI and a run scored as the Red Sox doubled up on the Blue Jays 10-5
- The Red Sox took the lead in the top of the 3rd as Rafael Devers scored on a sac fly hit by Andrew Benntendi
- A batter later, Mitch Moreland doubled to score Sandy Leon and Mookie Betts
- Two batters later, Xander Bogaerts hit a sac fly scoring Moreland
- Mike Hauschild pitching line: 2.1IP 3H 4R (all earned) 3BB 0K 51 pitches (26 for strikes)
- The Red Sox added a run in the top of the 5th as Betts was forced in by a bases loaded walk
- The Red Sox added two more runs in the top of the 6th as Devers hit a 2 run HR to right-center also scoring Eduardo Nunez
- The Blue Jays got on the board in the bottom of the 6th as Teoscar Hernandez hit a 2 run shot to left-center that also scored Justin Smoak
- The Red Sox got one back in the top of the 7th as Bogaerts doubled home JD Martinez
- The Blue Jays got 3 runs closer in the bottom of the 7th courtesy of a 3 run HR by Randal Grichuk also scoring Russell Martin and Kevin Pillar
- The Red Sox added a run in the top of the 8th as Martinez singled scoring Leon
- Two batters later, Benintendi scored on a wild pitch by Joe Biagini
- Final score: Red Sox 10 Blue Jays 5
- The magic Mike Hauschild had in Seattle last week at my first MLB game did not materialize. Facing a far superior lineup tonight that is comparable to the 1998 Yankees lineup and Seattle's 2001 lineup, Hauschild was lit up for 4 runs on 3 hits and 3 walks and a hit batter. He did not strike out anybody and did not get out of the 3rd inning tonight. I still think he deserves another chance in a few days, perhaps in a long man's role like in Seattle.
- One positive from tonight was Jaime Garcia had a clean inning.
- Justin Smoak continues to swing a hot Bay. He was 3 for 4 and raised his average to .260
- The Blue Jays used 6 pitchers today. They'll needs a few staters to go deep in the game or they may be using a position player to pitch.
- Up next, the Blue Jays try to avoid the series sweep as Ryan Borucki pitches against 2016 Cy Young winner Rick Porcello.