Mission ’13, Game 37: Boston wins 5-0

Like the Jays, I have to play some catch-up so we’ll make some quick additions to the recap line-up for future reference.

Coming off a split with the Rays, the Jays lost the first of a 3-game set against division rival Boston. There was good reason, though, as Jon Lester has rediscovered the magic this season. His last few games were less-than-stellar, but he brought it all together in this one. Lester gave up one hit—a double to Maicer Izturis—in a CG SO. If you want to be surprised, you need to check Jon Lester’s career SO numbers.

This game dropped the Jays to 2-3 on their AL East road trip.

Wes Kepstro


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