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Boston Red Sox 9 Toronto Blue Jays 1

+ Boxscore: Mon, April 18,2011
2011-04-17 - 2011-04-19
  123 456 789  R H E
Toronto Blue Jays (7-9)000 000 001 120
Boston Red Sox (5-10)201 023 10X 9130
Date of Game: Mon, April 18,2011
Stadium: Fenway Park
Attendance: 37,916
Time of Game: 2:49

Feats and Milestones
Jed Lowrie:4 hits
Octavio Dotel:Threw 81% strikes
Tim Wakefield:600th career game
Winning Pitcher: Daisuke Matsuzaka (1-2)
Losing Pitcher: Ricky Romero (1-2)

Home Runs: Jacoby Ellsbury (4), Yunel Escobar (2), Jed Lowrie (2), Kevin Youkilis (2)
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TeamWLPctGBLRFRADiffStrk
NYA95.643--77689W2
TBA79.4373.05963-4W1
TOR79.4373.071710L3
BAL69.4003.55470-16L8
BOS510.3334.56782-15W3
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