Your Red Sox game recap can be summed up in three words - Porcello had nothing.
The Blue Jays hit five home runs, three of them off Red Sox starting pitcher Rick Porcello, as Toronto beat the Red Sox 11-2 at the Rogers Centre on Wednesday afternoon.
Porcello was around for just two innings; he allowed seven runs on seven hits while striking out three. He didn't walk anyone but that may have been because he was too busy giving up home runs. He lost for the seventh time in his last eight games.
In all, Toronto rapped out sixteen hits in the win. Jose Reyes led with four.
The Red Sox got single runs in the seventh and ninth innings; Mookie Betts hit his ninth home run of the year.
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