Originally posted on CLNS Radio  |  Last updated 5/3/13
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  In what seemed like a series dominated by the Boston Red Sox pitching against the Toronto Blue Jays, the Sox continued their winning ways by taking two out three from Toronto. After dropping the first game of the series on Tuesday night 9-7, the Red Sox solid pitching quieted the Jays bats over the next two nights. The highlight of the series was the dominating starts of Clay Buchholz and Ryan Dempster, who  allowed zero and one runs respectively in their starts vs. the Jays. Buchholz struck out eight over seven innings allowing just two hits. Dempster was able to go six innings last night but got several key double plays to get out of multiple jams in the win. In already a small sample size, Mike Carp was one of the key contributors offensively in this series collecting three hits, two of which were via the homerun and driving in three runs. Another key contributor in this series was Mike Napoli who raked two long home runs in game two of the series both of which traveled 460 fee...
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