So there’s no one reason that the Red Sox lost to the Blue Jays. But there’s one thing that certainly hurt their chances, and that’s the manager’s curious decision to call for a pair of bunts.
The first came in the sixth inning, with the Sox trailing 7-4 but storming down the comeback trail. Jonny Gomes had hit a two-run homer, and Dustin McGowan entered from the bullpen to give up two straight singles to Bogaerts and Brock Holt. With the reliever somewhat on the ropes and with a rally mounting, Farrell called for catcher David Ross to bunt "
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