Red Sox Start Off 13-Game Stretch Vs. AL East Opponents With 2-1 Victory

Good start for the Sox

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April 19

The Boston Red Sox will get used to the American League East in a quick fashion over the next two weeks.

Boston beat the Toronto Blue Jays on Tuesday night as a Connor Wong sacrifice fly in the seventh inning gave them enough offense to win 2-1.

The Red Sox have 13 straight games against AL East opponents so it was good for the team to kick it off with a win.

For more on the schedule, check out the video above from “Red Sox Final,” presented by Aspiration.

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