Blue Jays win 13-7, snap Red Sox win streak at 10 games

Blue Jays win 13-7, snap Red Sox win streak at 10 games

BOSTON (AP) — The streak had to end some time.
Rick Porcello just didn’t want it to be his fault.
Justin Smoak homered and Kevin Pillar hit a two-run double as the Toronto Blue Jays chased the Boston right-hander in a five-run third inning on Friday night, beating the Red Sox 13-7 to snap their 10-game winning streak.
Pillar had four of Toronto’s 14 hits and Smoak had three, including another homer in the eighth. They drove in four runs apiece.
“This one’s completely on me,” Porcello said. “We’re playing great baseball right now. Just had a 10-game winning streak. Not going to let one game ruin that.”
Dwight Smith Jr. also homered for Toronto, which won for the second time in six games.
Source: Chronic astros

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