How the runs scored: Red Sox-Blue Jays
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HOW THE RUNS SCORED
BLUE JAYS — Davis flied to center. Lawrie struck out. Encarnacion walked. Lind doubled to right, sending Encarnacion to third. Escobar singled to right, scoring Encarnacion, with Lind out advancing, right fielder to catcher. ONE RUN, TWO HITS, ONE LEFT.
RED SOX — Ross homered (21) to left. Loney flied to right. Saltalamacchia grounded to third. Lavarnway struck out. ONE RUN, ONE HIT, NONE LEFT.
RED SOX — Nava struck out. Pedroia flied to center. Ross walked. Loney singled to center, sending Ross to third. Saltalamacchia singled to center, scoring Ross, sending Loney to third. Lavarnway grounded to second. ONE RUN, TWO HITS, TWO LEFT.
BLUE JAYS — Gose singled to shortstop and stole second. Davis reached on third baseman Ciriaco’s error. Lawrie sacrificed to pitcher, sending Gose to third, Davis to second. Encarnacion was intentionally walked. Lind hit a sacrifice fly to center, scoring Gose, and on center fielder Ellsbury’s throwing error, Davis to third, Encarnacion to second. Escobar grounded to second. ONE RUN, ONE HIT, TWO ERRORS, TWO LEFT.
RED SOX — Saltalamacchia doubled to right. Lavarnway struck out. Aviles flied to center, sending Saltalamacchia to third. Ciriaco doubled to left, scoring Saltalamacchia. Cecil relieved Delabar. Ciriaco stole third. Ellsbury walked. Nava struck out. ONE RUN, TWO HITS, TWO LEFT.