Published June 28, 2022

Blue Jays hit three homers, Gausman shines as Toronto dumps Boston Red Sox 7-2

The win snaps Boston's winning streak at seven

By Gregory Strong in Toronto

Toronto starter Kevin Gausman set the early tone in the opener of a key three-game series against the Boston Red Sox on Monday night.

The Blue Jays' offence took care of the rest.

Gausman threw seven shutout innings — retiring the first eight batters in order — in a 7-2 victory that ended Boston's seven-game winning streak. George Springer, Vladimir Guerrero Jr., and Matt Chapman homered for the Blue Jays, who moved a half-game behind the second-place Red Sox in the American League East division standings.


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