Hits have been surprisingly hard to come by for the Boston Red Sox over the last two games. They’ll look to change that in Toronto.
The Sox kick off a three-game series against the Blue Jays at Rogers Centre on Tuesday aiming to right the ship after dropping two in a row. Fortunately, Canada has been kind to Boston of late: The Red Sox scored 57 runs over nine games at Rogers Centre last season, their most at any venue outside Fenway Park.
Speaking of success versus Toronto: Did you know the major league record holder for longest hitting streak against the Blue Jays is a Red Sox player? That’s our Trivia Question of the Week: Which Red Sox player owns the record for longest hitting streak ever against Toronto? (Note: It could be a former player or a current player.)
This player’s hitting streak spanned 30 games and more than two full seasons.
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Which Red Sox player owns the record for longest hitting streak ever against Toronto?
*Last week’s trivia question answer: Josh Beckett, June 14, 2009, at Philadelphia Phillies.