Toronto beats Red Sox despite Franchy Cordero’s homer

George Springer had three hits, including a double on the first pitch of the 10th inning by reliever Ryan Brasier to drive in automatic runner Jackie Bradley Jr. and give the Toronto Blue Jays a 3-2 victory over the Sox on Wednesday. Boston Reds.

Bradley started the 10th inning at second, the only time the former Boston outfielder reached base in the game. He signed with Toronto on August 9, five days after being released by the Red Sox.

Adam Cimber (10-5) pitched the ninth scoreless, allowing one hit. Jordan Romano pitched the 10th scoreless, giving Rafael Devers an intentional walk before earning his 27th save.

Brasier (0-3) took the loss.

The sixth homer from Quisqueyano Franchy Cordero, a two-run drive in the second inning against Puerto Rican José Berrios, made it 2-0.

Berrios stayed on the mound for six innings, allowing five hits and one walk, with six strikeouts.

In his first start since July 24, Red Sox rookie Brayan Bello allowed two runs in five innings and struck out a career-high seven. The right-hander was activated from the disabled list after missing 17 games.

For the Blue Jays, Mexican Alejandro Kirk, 5-3 with an RBI. The Dominicans Vladimir Guerrero Jr. 4-1, with an RBI; Teoscar Hernandez 4-0. Cuban Lourdes Gurriel 5-1.

For the Red Sox, the Dominicans Franchy Cordero 3-2, with a run scored and two RBIs; Rafael Devers 4-1. Puerto Rican Enrique Hernández 4-0 with a run scored.

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