Blue Jays defeat the Red Sox 28-5, scoring their third-most runs in modern history.

Although the Blue Jays and Red Sox had just two games separating them going into Friday's game, it didn't seem that way once the game proceeded.

Only the Rangers' 30 runs against Baltimore in 2007 and Boston's 29 in 1950 were more runs 

scored in a game than Toronto's 28-5 victory over Boston in Fenway Park.

Numerous Red Sox defensive errors made the night stand out.

When Jarren Duran mishandled a deep Raimel Tapia fly ball in the air, 

it transformed into an inside-the-park grand slam in the third inning, giving Toronto a decisive advantage.

Later on in the game, another catchable ball landed in the infield between third baseman Rafael Devers and catcher Kevin Plawecki.

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