A recap of yesterday's Boston/Toronto doubleheader.
|The Toronto Blue Jays split yesterday's doubleheader with the Boston Red Sox.
There is not a lot to say about Game One.
The game was scoreless until the bottom of the seventh inning.
Marcus Semien hit a walk off home run in the bottom of the seventh inning to give the Blue Jays the 1-0 victory.
Jay's starting pitcher, Robbie Ray pitched six innings, allowing no earned runs and struck out five batters.
Jay's reliever, Jordan Romano got the win.
Boston's starting pitcher, Nick Pivetta pitched six innings, allowing no earned runs and struck out five batters.
The second game was low scoring and ended in extra innings.
The Red Sox won 2-1.
Breyvic Valera put Toronto ahead 1-0 in the bottom of the fourth inning with a RBI single.
Alex Verdugo tied the game with a solo home run at the top of the sixth inning.
Jonathan Arauz hit a RBI single at the top of the eighth inning to win the game for Boston.
Verdugo went three for four at the plate.
Boston's starting pitcher, Tanner Houck pitched 3.2 innings, and struck out six batters.
Jay's Corey Dickerson went two for two at the plate.
Jay's starting pitcher, Jose Berrios pitched six innings and allowed five hits.