#RedSox Game Summary (July 19) Double your pleasure; double your fun. Drew Pomeranz, the master of ground balls, served up 3 double plays in this game, and might have had a 4th, were it not for an error by Dustin Pedroia. Nonetheless, his performance (6 2/3rds innings, 1 run (not earned) on 3 hits and 5 walks with 3 whiffs) combined with some aggressive hitting and base running, made for a big win over the Toronto Blue Jays. The Sox jumped out early, with 4 runs on 4 hits (including a double by Chris Young) and 2 walks off Toronto starter Aaron Sanchez in the 2nd inning. In the 4th, Mookie Betts walked, stole 2nd, and scored on a Pedroia single. The sole Toronto run came in the 5th when Miguel Montero walked, and, on Pedey’s muffed play, reached 3rd, scoring on a sac fly. Boston’s bullpen did their job well. This was a nice, smooth win, with no drama. Boston beat Toronto, 5-1, at Fenway Park. Record: 54-42. Game 96/66.