Sox Stumble Again, Matching Worst Start at 2-10

Four-run 7th lifts Toronto to 7-6 win over Boston

AP Sports Writer
      BOSTON (AP) – Jose Bautista singled in the go-ahead run in a
four-run seventh inning and the Toronto Blue Jays deepened the
misery of the struggling Boston Red Sox with a 7-6 win on Friday
      The Red Sox dropped to 2-10, matching their poorest start in
history and making the worst record in baseball even worse. They
did hit two homers after managing just seven in their first 11
games but finished with only five hits.
      Brett Cecil (1-1) gave up those homers to Dustin Pedroia and
Kevin Youkilis in the third when Boston went ahead 3-0. Toronto
tied it on Corey Patterson's two-run double in the fifth and Travis
Snider's RBI double in the sixth.
      Bobby Jenks (0-1) started the seventh for Boston and allowed all
four runs, making it 7-3.
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