After a strong offensive showing on Saturday afternoon, the Blue Jays roster turned things up to another level. The Red Sox gave up a franchise-high 8 home runs on route to an 18-4 walloping. Boston simply had no answer in the bullpen for the hot bats of the Toronto Blue Jays players.
Hernandez, Gurriel Jr, Semien, Guerrero Jr, Bichette, Biggio, and Tellez all had at least one homer. Bo Bichette had a team-high 4 hits and Vladdy Guerrero Jr. hit a home run for the third straight game, bringing his MLB-leading total to 21.
In good Blue Jays news, Robbie Ray was solid once again on the other side of the ball for the Blue Jays. He threw for 10 strikeouts, 4 hits, and just 3 runs over six innings of work.
The Toronto Blue Jays game today is in Boston to close out the series.
Blue Jays Schedule: @BlueJays at @RedSox on Monday June 14th at 7:10pm