The Red Sox and Blue Jays were wrapped up in a pitcher's duel for eight innings and then a slugfest broke out. In 10 innings, the Sox won it 10-7.

Trailing 3-1 in the 8th, J.D. Martinez hits a three-run home run to give the Sox their first lead.

The Jays got back a run in the their 8th inning and then tied the game with a Justin Smoak homer off Craig Kimbrel in the 9th.

Bring on the 10th inning. That's when Mitch Moreland ripped a three-run homer. And, Jackie Bradley Jr. added a two-run shot.

Toronto did come back with two runs in the bottom of the 10th but the Sox held on for the victory.

It is win #80 for the Sox (80-34). Kimbreal blew the save but got credit for the win.

Martinez and Moreland both had four RBI.

Game two of the series is tonight and live coverage on Sports Radio 92.9 The Ticket begins at 6:20pm.

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