4 real? Four at bats that changed the game. Red Sox vs Jays 5-1-13

Game 28: Sox win big 10-1
You want power? Go watch some of the replays of tonight's game. Boston powered their way to victory with 15 hits and ten runs to crush the Jays 10-1. Clay Buchholz pitched seven innings of two hit ball and outmatched Mark Buehrle to give the Sox their 19th win of the season. Here are the four at bats that changed the game:

1) Top of the second inning, and Will Middlebrooks is on first. Stephen Drew pulls a 1-0 high fastball down the right field line for an upperdeck homerun to plate two and put the Red Sox on the board first. See Drew's HR here.

2) Top of the forth inning, and Mike Napoli wants in on the homerun derby. He hits a low Buehrle curveball deep to straight away center field for a homerun to put the Red Sox up 3-0. See his blast here.

3) Top of the seventh inning. With the game still in reach, the Jays shoot themselves in the foot when, with men at the corners, Esmil Rogers throws a wild pitch that scores Jonny Gomes, and then walks David Ortiz. To make matters worse, Mike Napoli flexes his muscles and hits a 3-0 pitch the farthest I have ever seen a ball hit. Watch this one twice! The nail is in the coffin after that moonshot, and the Red Sox lead 8-0.

4) Bottom of the eighth inning, and with the game in check, it would be nice for the Sox to pitch a shutout. Brett Lawrie has other plans, and he triples in Maicer Izturis on a line drive that skips past Jacoby Ellsbury and to the wall. 8-1 Sox. See Lawrie's triple here.

The game would end 10-1 Red Sox, as Mike Carp would hit a homerun and Daniel Nava singled in a run as well. It great to see the Red Sox rebound so well after last night's tough loss.  The Sox play the rubber game of the series tomorrow night at 7:07 when Ryan Dempster faces J.A. Happ in Toronto.

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