Kendrys Morales forced extra innings with a solo shot in the bottom of the ninth inning, but the Toronto Blue Jays ultimately fell to the Boston Red Sox 4-1 on Thursday, lowering their American League worst record to 3-13.
Making his third start since being traded to Boston (10-6) in December, Chris Sale pitched a masterful game, surrendering four hits and striking out 13 over eight innings.
Despite his dominance, the Red Sox failed to provide Sale with any run support, an emerging theme in the early part of this season, and the left-hander was forced to walk away with a very unpalatable no-decision.
Same is the story for Blue Jays’ pitcher Marco Estrada, who over the course of six scoreless innings, had seven strikeouts and three hits. Lowering his ERA on the season to 2.63.
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