Marcus Semien hit a two-run homer — one of three longballs by Toronto in the fifth inning — to extend his club-record road hitting streak to 25 games, and the Blue Jays rebounded from a tough loss to beat the Boston Red Sox 7-2 on Saturday.
Rafael Devers had an RBI triple for the Red Sox, who had won seven of nine.
Guerrero got Toronto’s offense going early with his major league-leading 20th homer, a two-run shot estimated at 439 feet against Nick Pivetta that left Fenway Park over the Green Monster in the first inning.
DO 💥 NOT 💥 PITCH 💥 TO 💥 HIM 💥 <a href=”https://t.co/bmcvQoeZhw”>pic.twitter.com/bmcvQoeZhw</a>
Bichette sent one even further, belting an estimated 468-foot drive out of Fenway over the Monster, going back to back after Semien’s shot.
468 FEET 💣 <br><br>Bo IS the Monster 😤 <a href=”https://t.co/2WUErMq92Y”>pic.twitter.com/2WUErMq92Y</a>
Biggio opened the fifth with a drive into the first row of Monster seats.
Steven Matz (7-3) held the Red Sox to four hits and a run over 5 2/3 innings, striking out eight with two walks.
Pivetta (6-2) gave up a season-high six runs and allowed four — a career worst — of the Blue Jays’ homers.