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BSJ Game Report: Blue Jays 6, Red Sox 1 – Flat Sox suffer second straight loss

All you need to know, in quickie form, about the Red Sox' 6-1 loss to the Jays, complete with BSJ analysis and insight.

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Bats stymied by Stroman: The Red Sox had been averaging nearly seven runs per game over the previous 10 games, but you wouldn't have known it watching them against Toronto starter Marcus Stroman. The Sox strung together three straight hits in the second -- though couldn't produce a run -- but other than that, could manage only two more singles the rest of the way as Stroman went six innings.  "Stroman's good,'' said Brock Holt. "He throws pretty much everything and to both sides of the plate. Today, he had his stuff working. So, tip your cap to him.'' And on the few occasions that the Sox could get something going at the plate, they once again