Yesterday, David Price returned from the disabled list just in time to face his favorite opponent, the Toronto Blue Jays. The 33-year-old left-hander entered the day with a 21-3 record against the Canadian squad and proceeded to prove that it was no fluke, giving up just three hits.
Xander Bogaerts and Rafael Devers combined for more support than was needed, adding three RBIs each, and crushing back to back upper decks moonshots in the top of the ninth.
Michael Chavis added yet another home run, continuing his rookie of the year campaign, while Jackie Bradley Jr. hit his first bomb since the World Series.
Game two tonight at 7 features Eduardo Rodriguez and Marcus Stroman on the mound.