The Toronto Blue Jays traveled to Fenway Park this weekend and completely and completely dismantled the Boston Red Sox on their home court.
It started with a 28-5 annihilation on Friday night, but the Blue Jays kept their foot on the pedal after that win and took it straight to the Sox in the next two games, pulling off a sweep and completing it on the exact day. where Red Sox legend David Ortiz was inducted into the Hall of Fame.
Blue Jays insider Keegan Matheson provided stats on Twitter that show how well Toronto have beaten the Red Sox.
The #Blue Jays sweep the Red Sox at Fenway by a combined score of 40-8.
It’s the best they’ve watched in 2022.
—Keegan Matheson (@KeeganMatheson) July 24, 2022
Blue Jays destroy Red Sox in weekend series
When you outscore a team 40-8 in a three-game series, it means you were hitting all cylinders while the other team was flat.
But the Jays really took their AL East rivals to task this weekend.
There’s really no benefit to it if you’re a Red Sox fan.
The Blue Jays have been hot since manager Charlie Montoyo was fired, and as Matheson mentioned, that may be the best the team has looked at all season.
Everything went perfectly for Toronto over the weekend as they swept the series and ran their winning streak to six games, solidifying their lead in the AL Wild Card race.
And things may just be getting started for the Blue Jays.
Tomorrow, they’ll open a brief two-game series with the St. Louis Cardinals, who are without Paul Goldschmidt and Nolan Arenado due to their vaccine status.
If this weekend in Boston was any indication, the Blue Jays are set for a wild ride for the rest of the season.