Blue Jays at their best, and worst, in win over Red Sox

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By Shi Davidi, July 17, 2017

BOSTON – There are times when the Toronto Blue Jays can remind you why they were considered legitimate post-season contenders heading into the 2017 season, and then there are times when they show you why they’re full value for their sub-.500 record.

Sometimes, maddeningly, they can demonstrate both ends of the spectrum in the same game, the way they did Monday night.

A 4-3 victory over the Boston Red Sox featured some of their best and worst, with Marcus Stroman dominating a game like few starters can for six innings, the offence grinding down a good starter, and their defenders stealing hits before a seventh-inning error unravelled it all, only for an eighth-inning rally to save the day.

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