Boston Red Sox blazed up by the Blue Jays by seven runs in the third inning. In the fifth inning, by 11 runs on Friday night at Fenway Park. Blue Jays led Red Sox 27-3, through the first 5 1/2 inning. Prior to an eventual 28-5 win on Friday night.
Jarren Duran of the Boston Red Sox lost Tapia’s apparently high-flying ball in the lights:
Raimel Tapia is the center fielder of the Blue Jays. On Friday night he hit a rare inside-the-park grand slam. At Toronto’s historic 28-5 rout of the Red Sox at Fenway Park. In the third inning, they dragged 6-0. Jarren Duran, the center fielder of the Boston Red Sox lost Raimel Tapia’s apparently high-flying ball in the lights.
Durant never find the ball and even didn’t make any effort to go back and retrieve the ball. Tapia comes all over the way around to score an amazing inside-the-park-grand-slam. Blue Jays extended their lead to 10-0 after Tapia put four runs on the board.
Tapia’s inside-the-park highest slam is the first crucial slam since Michael A. Taylor hit in 2017. It was also the second highest inside-the-park slam in Toronto’s history. Both of them held at Fenway and the 27 runs set a franchise record. In recent games, it was also continued by Red Sox outfielders. As a streak of fly ball blunders.
The 28 runs were the most that were ever granted by the Boston Red Sox:
Jarren Duran lost sight of the ball and said that it was the most hopeless feeling he could ever feel.
He also explained why he didn’t make any effort to go back and retrieve the ball. Durran said,” I just lost it in the twilight, it happens. It was right there. Obviously, I should have taken a step or two. He was already going to beat me to the ball. I just didn’t want to get in his way. Next time, I know to take one or two steps.”
Toronto set a new team record by finishing it with 28 runs. They break their previous mark which was set by four runs in 1978. The 28 runs were also the most that were ever granted by the Boston Red Sox. This score is greater than the 27 they gave up in the game against Cleveland in 1923.