Jesse Litsch allowed one run on just two hits over 6 2/3 innings vs. the Red Sox. (Adrian Wyld/AP)
By Jordan Bastian / MLB.com
The Blue Jays embraced the spoiler role again on Wednesday at Rogers Centre, completing a sweep of the first-place Red Sox. Jesse Litsch continued Toronto's run of strong starting pitching, and Russ Adams put the game away with a grand slam off All-Star closer Jonathan Papelbon.
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