A recap of last night's Toronto/Boston Game Two.
|Thanks to the Toronto Blue Jays, Boston Red Sox's starting pitcher Andrew Cashner, is now 9-4.
Yes. The Blue Jay's bats were on fire against Cashner as Toronto hammered Boston 10-4 last night.
Cashner went five innings, giving up eight hits, five earned runs, two walks, and struck out just two batters.
Cashner's teammate, Xander Bogaerts, went three for four at the plate and had two RBIs.
Toronto's Justin Smoak, went two for three at the plate and had two RBIs.
Blue Jay's Teoscar Hernandez, also had a good game offensively. He had three RBIs last night.
Toronto's starter, Jacob Waguespack, had a fairly good night on the mound, despite just pitching 4.2 innings.
Waguespack gave up six hits, four earned runs, three walks, and struck out two batters in a no decision.
Preview: Jays Verses Red Sox Game Two
Tonight 7:10 p.m. EDT.
Fenway Park, Boston, MASS.
TOR: Aaron Sanchez - 3-13.
BOS: Eduardo Rodriguez - 10-4.
Toronto is in for another tough challenge again tonight.
Sanchez is really struggling this season. He last faced Boston on on May 22. Red Sox won 6-5.
Rodriguez faced Toronto on May 21. Toronto won 10-3.
Vladmir Guerrero has hit .667 off of Rodriguez this season.
Both Bogaerts and J.D. Martinez has hit .500 off of Sanchez this season.