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Devers continues to batter Blue Jays, Red Sox win 5-0
July 18 2019
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Devers continues to batter Blue Jays, Red Sox win 5-0
July 18 2019
Thomas Pannone performed admirably in a spot start for Toronto, but couldn't stop Rafael Devers and the Red Sox, who blew the game open in the fifth inning, as Boston wrapped up the series vs. the Blue Jays with a 5-0 win.
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On Roy Halladay's love for flight, and his family's grief as we approach his HOF induction
July 18 2019
Sports Illustrated's Stephanie Apstein joins Scott MacArthur & Steve Dangle to discuss her piece regarding Roy Halladay’s history with airplanes, and his life after baseball.
The perplexing, frustrating season for Aaron Sanchez continues
July 18 2019
Blue Jays TV voice Buck Martinez touches on Aaron Sanchez dropping his tenth straight decision, the timeline for Bo Bichette's promotion, Eric Sogard's trade market value, if Toronto could field a Wild Card contending squad in 2020, and Vlad Guerrero Jr.'s recent struggles at the plate.
Devers' record setting night propels Sox past Jays
July 17 2019
Rafael Devers drove in 4 runs to pace the Red Sox to a 5-4 victory over the Toronto Blue Jays. Devers' 25 RBI vs the Jays this year is the all time record by opponent against Toronto. Ben Wagner and Mike Wilner have your highlights! 

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