Brock Holt hit a 3 run HR as the Red Six knocked off the Blue Jays 7-2
- Chris Sale pitching line: 1IP 1H 0R 0BB 2K 26 pitches (14 for strikes)
- The Blue Jays opened the scoring in the top of the 6th as Devon Travis scored on a double steal. Jonathan Davis scored on the throwing error by Red Sox second baseman Ian Kinsler
- The next batter, Kevin Pillar singled home Davis
- The Red Sox got one back in the bottom of the 7th as Steve Pearce tripled, scoring Xander Bogaerts
- Three batters later, Brock Holt launched a three-run homer to right; also scoring Tzu-Wei Lin and Eduardo Nunez(
- Ryan Borucki pitching line: 6.1IP 3H 2R (both earned) 2BB 5K 86 pitches (52 for strikes)
- The Red Sox added a run in the bottom of the 8th as Andrew Benintendi doubled home Mookie Betts
- Four batters later, Ian Kinsler singled home Benintendi
- A batter later, JD Martinez scored on a wild pitch by Taylor Guerreri
- Final score: Red Sox 7 Blue Jays 2
- Ryan Borucki was pitching a gem allowing 2 runs on 4 hits and a pair of walks. He deserved a much better outcome but Ryan Tepera blew the one run lead and then some, walking the first batter he faced and subsequently giving up a 3 run blast two batters after that. I have really liked what Ruan Borucki has done in his half season in the bigs. He has looked composed, confident and downright ace-like facing all the top teams in what seems like every start. Sure, he had a rough start or two, but heck even Justin Verlander and Chris Sale (the likely pitchers who will win the AL Cy Young this year) have had rough starts this year. I see him being a big part of the Blue Jays rotation for years to come.
- Rough night for the bullpen, which gave up 6 runs (one of which was charged to starter Ryan Borucki) on 4 hits, a pair of walks and a wild pitch.
- Jonathan Davis pinch ran for Kendrys Morales, stole a base on a double steal (he advanced to third on the play due to a throwing error), and scored a run
- Dwight Smith Jr. pinch hit for Teoscar Hernandez and flew out to left field
- Rowdy Tellez pinch hit for Aledmys Diaz and flew out to right-center, making the final out of the game
- Danny Jansen was 1-3 at the plate. Defensively, he coughed up a costly wild pitch to put the game out of reach. He did a good job handling starter Ryan Borucki, who was stellar for 6.1 innings
- Taylor Guerreri faced one batter and threw a wild pitch to allow the 7th and final Red Sox run to score. He did eventually get Eduardo Nunez to fly out to right.
- Up next, the Blue Jays attempt to prevent the Red Sox from winning their 100th game of the season as Aaron Sanchez pitches against Blue Jays killer David Price