The Boston Red Sox scored five times in the ninth inning and shocked the first place Toronto Blue Jays, winning 7-6 on Saturday night.

It was the fist time in 74 chances this season that a team came back on Toronto when the Jays had a lead into the ninth.

The big blow - a Jackie Bradley Jr game-tying 2-run homer.

David Ortiz also plated a run with a basehit. Another run scored on a wild pitch.

Turns out the Sox needed all the runs. The Jays stranded the tying run at second base in the bottom of the ninth.

Wade Miley pitched 6.2 innings of two run ball but got a no decision.