4 real? Four at bats that changed the game. Red Sox vs Blue Jays 4-6-13

Game 5: Red Sox get shutout 5-0
The Red Sox didn't show much life in this one at all, only mustering two hits all game off of J.A. Happ and Sergio Santos. All of the Blue Jays runs came off of the long ball. Here are the four at bats that changed the game:

1) Bottom of the forth inning, and John Lackey has only given up three hits. Adam Lind singles to shallow center field, and then the hot hitting catcher, J.P. Arencibia, hits a homerun to deep center field to put the Blue Jays up 2-0.

2) Bottom of the fifth inning, and John Lackey is facing Jose Reyes after a Emilio Bonifacio strikeout. On a 2-2 count, Lackey misses low and inside and begins jumping around in pain, holding his throwing arm. Because he missed the last 1 1/2 season with elbow ligament surgery, Lackey fears the worst. He leaves the game with a biceps pain and a scheduled MRI for Sunday morning.

3) Bottom of the sixth inning, and Alfredo Aceves is pitching. He walks Adam Lind and Mark DeRosa, then Colby Rasmus comes to the plate and hits the farthest homerun I have ever seen at the Rogers Centre. His moonshot to deep center hits the fourth deck. If you haven't seen this shot, think Manny Ramirez. 5-0 Jays.

4) Top of the 9th inning, and the Red Sox are down to their final out. Dustin Pedroia comes up and singles to shallow left field. Mike Napoli stands at the plate to begin the Red Sox rally. However, he pops out to Rajai Davis in deep right field and the weak rally, and the game, are over. Yeah, it was that bad.

Hopefully, the Red SOx shake it off and get back on the horse Sunday at 1:07pm where Jon Lester faces R.A.Dickey in a battle of aces.

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