A day after a players-only meeting and a bunch of personnel changes, the Red Sox looked like a new team Sunday afternoon. A 6-3 win over the Toronto Blue Jays.

The Sox scored four times in the first innings - three of the runs from a Mike Napoli home run.

Pablo Sandoval also whacked a 2-run HR.

On the mound, Clay Buchholz struggled in the first innings, walking three batters, but didn't give up any runs. He settled down to pitch 6.1 innings, allowing three runs on seven hits.

The Sox take their 14-17 record to Oakland next for a three game series starting Monday night.