Rowdy hits two bombs, Jays win big against Red Sox

The Toronto Blue Jays got Rowdy on a Tuesday night and crushed the Boston Red Sox 10-3 at home, tying up a four-game series.
Getting the win was Marcus Stroman, going a total of six innings and only allowing one earned run and five hits. Even though the Jays starter allowed six walks, he was able to punch out four batters.
On the other not so empathetic side, Eduardo Rodriguez suffered the rare offensive onslaught by the Jays. Allowing only six hits through five innings, but they produced a total of six earned runs for the pitcher.
Finally the Jays offence was able to kick in for Stroman to notch just his second win on the season, even though he has a 2.95 ERA and 1.29 WHIP through 58 innings pitched. Run support is a hell of a drug.
Worth Mentioning
Clearly the highlight(s) of the night, Rowdy Tellez had his first multi-home run game of his career and destroyed some of the video board in the process. Batting in five runs in his two hits, Tellez now has 24 RBI on the season after his eighth home run.


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Author: Thomas Williams / Blue Jays Nation

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