The Boston Red Sox got back in the win column with a 6-4 win versus the Toronto Blue Jays on Saturday afternoon.

The Sox jumped out to a quick 3-0 lead after three innings before the Blue Jays rallied back against Sox starter Steven Wright.  Boston would rally with a lone run in both the fifth and sixth inning to take the 6-4 lead.  The bullpen would close out the game with three scoreless innings, including the 13th save of the season for closer Craig Kimbrel.  Wright earned his sixth win with five innings pitched, allowing three hits, five walks, and struck out three.

Xander Bogaerts had three hits after his hitting streak was snapped a day ago and added two runs.  David Ortiz stayed hot with a two run single, while Mookie Betts and Travis Shaw also tallied two hits.

Boston now improves to 33-23 and will play the rubber game of the series tomorrow afternoon.