Just a few hours after pounding Toronto pitchers for thirteen runs, the Red Sox offense was held in check as the Blue Jays beat Boston 3-2 Saturday afternoon at Rogers Centre.
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Eduardo Rodriguez (pictured) allowed three runs - two earned - over six innings on four hits and a pair of walks. Meanwhile, J.A. Happ held the Boston bats in check, allowing single runs in the sixth and seventh innings.
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