The Blue Jays give in to the end against the Red Sox

Marco Hernandez broke the tie with a solo circuit in ninth on Thursday, as the Boston Red Sox inflicted an 8-7 loss to the Toronto Blue Jays.

Acting striker, Hernandez hit his second circuit of the season at the expense of Ken Giles (1-2), after a withdrawal.



There were two runners on the bases when Vladimir Guerrero’s son, an alternate batter, was pulled off on a third base roll as the last withdrawal.

The verdict went in favor of Brandon Workman (8-1).

Michael Chavis slammed a three-run circuit that gave the visitors a 7-6 lead in sixth. Two innings later, Eric Sogard leveled the score with a one-point double.

J.D. Martinez got three hits, including a single point.

At the Blue Jays, Danny Jansen excelled with three hits, two runs and three runs. It includes two solo circuits.

“I lowered my position as a hitter,” said Jansen, who has hit four homers for three games. I spread the weight better on my legs. I simplified things. I feel good. ”

Freddy Galvis added a 15th long ball, in a losing cause.

Thomas Pannone allowed four points in four innings and a third.

Earlier Thursday, the Blue Jays said right-hander Marcus Stroman is a case to reevaluate daily, resulting in a cramp in his left shoulder.

Stroman was to be the starting pitcher of the Toronto clan on Thursday.

If the discomfort dissipates, Stroman could throw against the Baltimore Orioles this weekend. Otherwise, he would return to the game at the earliest on July 12, returning from the break of the game of stars.

The 28-year-old athlete has a 5-9 record and an average of 3.18.

Stroman left after four innings Saturday against Kansas City, bored in the left shoulder. He had given three points, four hits and two walks.

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