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The Blue Jays rally is inadequate as the Red Sox avoid sweeps

Boston jumps forward in standings

Alejandro Kirk #30 of the Toronto Blue Jays is hit by a pitch in the third inning against the Boston Red Sox at Rogers Centre on Wednesday.
The Toronto Blue Jays Alejandro Kirk # 30 was hit three pitches against the Boston Red Socks at the Rogers Center on Wednesday. Photo: Vaughn Ridley /Getty Images

Toronto puts out a broom in hopes of a rare cleanup Boston Red Socks, but on Wednesday night, in a game that took less than four hours, visitors ruined the party with additional innings.

This season as Socks left town with a 6-5 win and a slight edge in the 10th three runs from the struggling Brupen in Toronto. Ten attempts prevented Toronto's eighth victory over Red Socks. In order.

After Jaze got out of the jam on the 9th, David Phelps couldn't find the strike zone, causing all sorts of problems. Phelps walked the pair and started in 11th place, loading the base thanks to the runners who were already on second base. Phelps then attacked J.D. Martinez and re-advanced the Red Socks.

Tim Maza reassured Phelps and let Boston hit a double play, including a plate out, but Socks thought of Jays' hero at the bottom of the inning. I drowned it out. Verdugo knocked in a few more by finding the gap on the left. This allowed many of the remaining fans to participate in the exit streaming, even though Jaze wasn't completely complete and won the pair at the bottom of the frame.

Both teams had to come together to force extras. After Jaze leads 1-0 and 2-1 Jaze's ace Alexandre surrenders a two-run home run to Alex Verdugo in the sixth inning, giving Socks a lead until Laimer Tapia bounces the ball. rice field. Acquired the Center Fielder of Diving Socks, Jackie Bradley Jr., and Bradley Zimmer of Pinch Runner. The eighth hit was followed by a double by Lourdes Griel Jr.

Jaze had a dynamic walk-off victory the night before.

Blue Jays manager Charlie Montoyo then said: It never stops.

After fighting a few pitches from Canadian starter Nick Pivetta, Toronto first got on the board when Santiago Espinal won a single to win Alejandro Kirk.

After Manoa cruised the first two innings, Boston tied it. Francy Cordero's third weak grounder at baseline was the first hit Manoa allowed. Cordero then stole the second, and Kirk airmailed the throw to Centerfield and sent it to the third base. Despite George Springer's successful catch of the long flyball in the centerfield, it was enough to win a run.

Springer was not done. He later made another spectacular grab and also led the fifth bottom on a line drive home run over the fence on the left field for another one-run Jaze's lead. Thanks to Verdugo, it didn't last long.

There were some dramas in the game when Pivetta threw him into his second match against Kirk, this time hitting him on his elbow. Boston pitched a lot of interiors to the bright red Kirk of the series, and Vladimir Guerrero Jr. seemed to have seen enough. Guerrero came out of the bargain and yelled at Pivetta. Pivetta counterattacked in his own words and cleared the bench before his cooler head won.

Pivetta made 6 innings, abandoning 5 hits, 2 runs and 5 hits.

Manoa gave up 6 hits and 2 winning runs and hit 6 in 7 innings.

Lomo brings experience

Veteran rescuer Sergio Lomo is in uniform and ready to play on Wednesday. Lomo, 39, has been on the 8th and 7th teams after nine years of great years at the San Francisco Giants. Lomo had several options when he was recently fired by the Seattle Mariners, but for a variety of reasons Jaze was an easy choice, he said. Primarily, he wants his fourth win after three wins in the Giants World Series, where he was a setup man or closer.

Lomo is also close to Jaze's manager Charlie Montoyo and is excited about the roster, including the dynasty player he pointed out to be the son of the player he played against. doing.

Lomo receives a comeback victory from the Rogers Center bar on Tuesday, hoping he will be "stalked", a baseball fan, and one day able to go out on the field to help young people. Jaze said he came to join.

Lomo is pretty unique (he chatted with the media for about 20 minutes before the game after hanging out with something like Guerrero Jr., clubhouses Bo Bichette and Teoscar Hernandez) and baseball. You should be able to bring some knowledge and knowledge to one of the youngest groups in.

Only former Jay Joe Smith made more career appearances among more active players than Lomo.

He knows he's not a former pitcher, but he still helps and believes he's better than the 2022 number (8.16 ERA vs. 3.20 carriers, 11.3 hits per 9 innings vs. 7.2 carriers) are part of the unlucky product while in Seattle with another very young group.

The former All-Star said he had almost signed with Toronto as a free agent a few years ago and is now happy to choose.

Lomo, wearing a Manoa T-shirt, joked that his eldest son (16 years old, the youngest of five children was 15 months old) told him:

He will have the opportunity to prove it in Toronto for all the help that can be obtained with Bull Pen.


Jaze has three powerful catchers at Kirk (who has been hitting .400 since May 24th) and young Gabriel Moreno. Have the great luxury of being proud (.324 in his first 11 games) and Danny Jansen, but don't expect to move one of them. General Manager Los Atkins met with the media before the match and said the team didn't get too many calls about the catcher because other teams knew that Jays valued the catcher very much. rice field.

Atkins clubd seven home runs in just 19 games before he was injured, Janssen said he should be a minor in a rehabilitation game sometime next week. rice field.

Around the base

Good news by Dan Schulman of J's Broadcasting Station Via Twitter: Schulman completes last cancer treatment on Tuesday with broadcast partner Buck Martinez And tweeted that he wanted to come back. Sometime after the All-Star Break ... Jays has announced plans for his first Canadian Day weekend at Ballpark since 2019. Springer red replica jersey for the first 15,000 fans on Friday, the first Vlad&Dad has a dual bobble head 15,000 in early games on Saturday and a pre-game ceremony to celebrate Russell Martin Friday in Canada ... Sportsnet From Chris Black: Los Stripping's June ERA was 1.59, and J's Starter's June ERA was the fifth lowest. It was led by Jim Clancy's 1.27 in 1982.


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