Mookie Betts capped off a 6-5 comeback win for the Boston Red Sox over the Toronto Blue Jays Monday night with a bottom of the ninth inning hit to score Xander Bogaerts.

The Sox fell behind right from the start of the night. The Jays scored three times in the first inning off starter Joe Kelly. And, the Sox trailed 5-1 mid-way through the game. The Sox came back to eventually tie the game in the eigth on a Hanley Ramirez sac fly before the bottom of the ninth winning run.

Kelly did get through six innings, giving up five runs and striking out 10. Alexi Ogando and Koji Uehara combined to shutout the Jays in the final three innings. Koji got the win.

Pablo Sandoval hit his first Fenway homerun but left the game early with a neck injury after making a diving catch at third base in the sixth inning.