It took them seven tries and some assistance from Mother Nature, but the Toronto Blue Jays finally won a game at Fenway Park.
After seven innings and a hell of a downpour, the umpires chose to call it a game with the final score 11-5. By glancing at the box score, you might think that the Blue Jays had a comfortable lead late in the game. By the time the initial rain delay began, the Red Sox had runners on third and second with nobody out and Casey Janssen ready to fall apart at the seams. Every once in a while, the Jays got a lucky break and that was certainly one of them.
Oddly enough, Scott RichmondÆs last and first starts of the season ended the same wayùin a rain delay. Except this time, Richmond was credited with the win for going six innings and giving up four earned ...
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