Toronto's Curtis Granderson belted a home run off Red Sox closer Craig Kimbrel in the bottom of the 10th inning to win 4-3 in game one of their three game series.

It was a night of starting pitching - Rick Porcello and Jay Happ combined to strike out 25 batters. For most of the game, the Blue Jays had a 3-0 lead.

But the Sox rallied in the 9th to get the game tied. Brock Holt delivered the game tying hit but when Granderson gunned down a runner at the plate, the Sox could not grab the lead.

Then in the 10th, Granderson ripped the game wining blast.

It's the first run Kimbrel has allowed this year. It's his first blown save since August of last year.

After starting out 17-2 the Sox have now lost three straight games.

Tonight Eduardo Rodriguez makes the Sox for the Sox in game two.

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