Toronto Blue Jays At Boston Red Sox Tickets
The Giants of the American League East Division, the Boston Red Sox and the Toronto Blue Jays are ready to lock horns in the 2018 MLB games. Rivalries in this division have always been intense, and when the matter involves two major teams, you can expect it to be the toughest.
The Boston Red Sox are classified among the oldest teams in the league, and are one of the original eight franchises founded in 1901. On the other hand, the Blue Jays were formed quite a few years after that, in 1977 as an expansion franchise. They worked hard to build a name and reputation for themselves in the tough AL East division and were eventually able to bet a long playoff drought to become one of the strongest sides in the division.
Even though the two teams have a lot of differences, their games are always the ones to watch out for, with an electrifying atmosphere! If you want to experience this, you ought to get these Toronto Blue Jays Vs Boston Red Sox Tickets.
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When Big Papi announced he was going to retire at the end of the season, speculation immediately turned to potential replacements for the Red Sox icon. Numerous players have been linked to the Red Sox over the course of the season, but there are only a few names which seem like actual replacements for Ortiz.
The Toronto Blue Jays’ Edwin Encarnacion is one such name. Encarnacion has a wonderful record at Fenway Park; he has struck twelve home runs, driven in thirty seven runs and his average in forty four career games at the ballpark is 0.296. Encarnacion will be out of contract at the end of this season and the Red Sox would not mind having his firepower on their side.
Another player being linked to the Boston side is Jose Bautista, who also has a superb record at Fenway Park. The slugger has belted twenty two homeruns, driven in fifty one runs and has an average of .277 in sixty games at Fenway Park. With Ortiz retiring, Bautista could very well be the player to take the Red Sox forward. He is also out of contract at the end of the season.
The third possible player being linked to the Red Sox is Mark Teixeira, the Yankees’ first baseman. Despite the fact that his offensive stats have slipped, Teixeira still remains a supremely talented first baseman and Boston could very well have Hanley Ramirez and Teixeira shared DH and first base duties next season to account for Ortiz’s retirement.
Blue Jays overcome a 7-run difference to beat the Red Sox in 2015
In the first inning of the game taking place at the Fenway Park on 12th June 2015, the Red Sox were in the lead with 5-0 on the scoreboard. Their lead kept growing and by the third, they were up 8-1. It wasn’t until the seventh that the Blue Jays made one of the best comebacks in the history of the sport. They put nine back-to-back batters on base, with nobody out. And all of them managed to score. It was a great moment for the Blue Jays as the Boston fans were left stunned watching the Toronto side grab its ninth straight win, with a final score of 13-10.
John Farrell’s Red Sox to Blue Jays to Red Sox Move and a World Series Win!
In 2006, John Farrell began as the pitching coach for the Red Sox. He held this position for four years before moving on to manage the Blue Jays. He spent two years with the Jays though they were not very fruitful, with no winning season. Then in an interesting U-turn, Farrell went back to managing the Red Sox in 2012. And what a decision it was! The Boston Red Sox ended up winning the 2013 World Series by defeating the St. Louis Cardinals 4-2, leaving the Blue Jays bitter and resentful!
Head to Head Records of the Red Sox vs. Blue Jays
In the last three seasons, including the 2018 games, the two teams have met a total of 57 times. Boston leads the overall records with 32-25. As per the records of the end of the 2017 season, Boston won more games than the Blue Jays, with their last home game with a 10-7 victory against the Blue Jays.
If you want to see how this season unfolds for these two teams, you need to get these Toronto Blue Jays Vs Boston Red Sox Tickets at the earliest.
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|Boston Red Sox vs. Toronto Blue Jays||Boston||6-Jul-20||$99||$26|
|Boston Red Sox vs. Toronto Blue Jays||Boston||7-Jul-20||$107||$27|
|Boston Red Sox vs. Toronto Blue Jays||Boston||8-Jul-20||$104||$27|
|Toronto Blue Jays vs. Boston Red Sox||Toronto||20-Jul-20||$73||$24|
|Toronto Blue Jays vs. Boston Red Sox||Toronto||21-Jul-20||$0||$0|
|Toronto Blue Jays vs. Boston Red Sox||Toronto||22-Jul-20||$0||$0|
|Boston Red Sox vs. Toronto Blue Jays||Boston||22-Sep-20||$65||$11|
|Boston Red Sox vs. Toronto Blue Jays||Boston||23-Sep-20||$65||$11|
|Boston Red Sox vs. Toronto Blue Jays||Boston||24-Sep-20||$62||$13|
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