|Double time: Pedroia comes up clutch|
Dustin Pedroia hit an RBI double in the 11th as the Red Sox avoided a series sweep with a 5-3 victory over the Blue Jays on Sunday afternoon at Rogers Centre.
|What a relief: Buchholz gets quick satisfaction|
Clay Buchholz had two days to process news that he didn't like. But by the time the bottom of the 10th inning rolled around on Sunday afternoon, Buchholz knew it was no time to feel sorry for himself over being taken out of the rotation.
|After 11-pitch at-bat, Bogaerts' streak at 22|
Xander Bogaerts extended his career-long hitting streak to 22 games with a single to left in the sixth inning of the Red Sox's 5-3 win over the Blue Jays on Sunday afternoon.
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|Ortiz day to day with sore left foot|
Red Sox designated hitter David Ortiz was scratched from the lineup about 30 minutes before Sunday's game against the Blue Jays due to lingering soreness in his left foot after being hit by a pitch on Saturday.
|Holt could go back to utility role upon return|
While Brock Holt continues to take small steps in his recovery from a concussion, Red Sox manager John Farrell is keeping it open-ended on what role the 2015 All-Star will be in when he returns.
|First place on line as Red Sox face Orioles|
The Red Sox and Orioles, who have been jostling back and forth for first place in the American League East for the last month, are set to do battle for a four-game series that begins with a Memorial Day matinee (1:35 p.m. ET) at Camden Yards.
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|Bullpen squanders two late leads|
Devon Travis hit a walk-off infield single in the ninth inning as the Blue Jays rallied twice to steal a victory away from the Red Sox with a 10-9 victory on Saturday afternoon.
|Bogaerts homers as hitting streak reaches 21|
Xander Bogaerts has added power to his mix this season while maintaining the same pure stroke he had throughout last season. The Red Sox's shortstop ran his hitting streak to 21 games on Saturday afternoon by launching a homer to lead off the fourth inning.
|JBJ has earned his place on AL All-Star team|
Jackie Bradley Jr. is one of the coolest things to happen in baseball this season. So is that why he deserves a spot on the American League All-Star team? Actually, yes.
|This is 40: Papi rakes at Rogers Centre|
At 40 years old, David Ortiz hammered his 40th career homer at Rogers Centre in the ninth inning on Saturday. For a few minutes, it looked like his dramatic, go-ahead shot would lead the Red Sox to victory over the Blue Jays.
|Hanley unable to handle final throw in Sox's loss|
As Hanley Ramirez tried to make the scoop on Travis Shaw's throw that would have sent the game to extra innings, the ball skidded by him and Russell Martin roared home for a 10-9 win by the Blue Jays over the Red Sox on Saturday afternoon at Rogers Centre.
|Buchholz frustrated, eager to get started in 'pen|
Without question, Clay Buchholz is frustrated by his move to the bullpen. That said, the right-hander would like to officially start his stint as a reliever as soon as possible.
|Workman could join bullpen down the stretch|
Count Brandon Workman as someone who might be able to provide some reinforcement to the Red Sox's bullpen later in the season.
|Home-plate umpire injured by foul ball|
Home-plate umpire Mike DiMuro had to leave the Blue Jays' 10-9 win over the Red Sox in the bottom of the second inning after he was struck by a foul ball on Saturday afternoon.
|After rally, Uehara gives up homer in eighth|
Josh Donaldson put the Blue Jays on his back and single-handedly took over Friday night's game against the Red Sox with a 4-for-5 performance at the plate which included a pair of home runs in a 7-5 victory.