A recap of last night's Boston/Toronto Game Two.
|Toronto Blue Jay's Brandon Drury had a really good night at the plate as his team defeated the Boston Red Sox 6-3.
Drury went three for four at the plate and collected two RBIs.
The Red Sox scored first when Rafeal Devers hit a two run single at the top of the third inning.
Lourdes Gurriel made a 2-1 game in the bottom of the third when he hit a solo home run.
Christian Vazquez put the Bosox. up by two runs again with a solo home run at the top of the fourth inning.
In the bottom of the fourth, Danny Jansen tied the game with a two run shot.
It was all Blue Jays from there.
In the bottom of the sixth inning, Drury hit a two-run homer to put his team ahead 5-3.
The Jays added another run in the bottom of the eight inning when Freddie Galvis hit a sacrifice fly.
Toronto starting pitcher, Jacob Waguespack, went five innings, giving up six hits, three earned runs, no walks, and struck out four batters.
Waguespack's counter part, Chris Sale, went 5.2 innings, giving up nine hits, five earned runs, two walks and struck to five batters.
Vazquez went two for four and had a RBI last night.
Preview: Red Sox Verses Jays Game Three
Tonight 7:07 p.m. EDT.
Rogers Centre, Toronto, ONT.
BOS: Hector Velazquez - 1-3.
TOR: Marcus Stroman - 5-9*
Velazquez has never faced the Jays as a starter.
*Stroman is scheduled to play, but it is uncertain that he'll get his start tonight because of a chest injury.
Stroman faced the Red Sox on June 22. Toronto won 6-1.
Justin Smoak has hit .500 off of Velaquez this season.
Andrew Benintendi is back in the lineup.
Teoscar Hernandez has injured his shoulder.