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Boston Red Sox 7 Toronto Blue Jays 5

+ Boxscore: Tue, August 10,2010
2010-08-09 - 2010-08-11
  123 456 789  R H E
Boston Red Sox (63-51)031 010 020 7111
Toronto Blue Jays (60-52)013 000 100 581
Date of Game: Tue, August 10,2010
Stadium: Rogers Centre
Attendance: 27,690
Time of Game: 3:11

Winning Pitcher: Felix Doubront (2-2)
Losing Pitcher: Shawn Camp (3-2)
Save: Jonathan Papelbon (29)

Home Runs: Jose Bautista (35), J.D. Drew (13), Adam Lind (16), Mike Lowell (4), Travis Snider (8)
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TeamWLPctGBLRFRADiffStrk
TBA6548.575--569436133W2
NYA6250.5542.5595458137L2
BOS6351.5532.558051763W2
TOR6052.5364.553248646L1
BAL4370.38122.0424605-181L1
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