The Blue Jays used a nine-run seventh inning to run an 8-4 deficit into a 13-10 win over the Red Sox at Fenway Park on Friday night.
Boston actually had an 8-1 lead after three innings, thus blowing their largest lead since squandering a nine-run advantage against the Yankees in April 2012.
The Red Sox scored five in the bottom of the first and three more two innings later and starting pitcher Joe Kelly appeared to have more than enough offensive support to nail down the victory.
However, he could only make it through the sixth inning before giving way to a very ineffective bullpen (Matt Barnes, Junichi Tazawa, Tommy Layne) which allowed nine runs without recording so much as a single out.
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