Found September 09, 2012 on isportsweb.com:
It was music to my ears when I heard that both Brett Lawrie and J. P. Arencibia were  back in the Toronto Blue Jay’s lineup again.  Seeing Lawrie play again was especially exiting to me.   In fact, he scored the Jay’s first run in game one against the Boston Red Sox. Game one was probably the best I ever seen the Toronto Blue Jays play in over a month.   Everything seemed to be clicking at the right moment for the Jays and they managed to hold on to win it 7-5.  Rajai Davis made a couple of  spectacular catches during the game. Edwin Encarnacion hit his 38th home run of the season and is getting very close to the 100 RBI plateau. As for Jay’s starting pitcher, Henderson Alvarez, he had a good quality start, which has been a rare occurrence for him this season.  In 6.1 innings pitched, he gave up only four hits, two earned runs, two walks, and struck out one batter. Despite two lengthy rain delays, they were able to complete the second game. The Jays jumped out to a 5-0 lead in the s...
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