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Boston manager Terry Francona pulled starting catcher Jason Varitek and first baseman Youkilis after four innings. Right fielder J.D. Drew left with tightness in his lower back after three.
Notes: Rios equaled his career-high with five hits and became the third Blue Jays player with four doubles, the first since Shannon Stewart on July 18, 2000. ... The Blue Jays set a club record with 10 doubles. ... Toronto homered in its sixth straight game, matching a season-high also done April 18-23. ... Former Red Sox manager Dick Williams, inducted into the Hall of Fame in Cooperstown, N.Y. on July 27th, was honored during an on-field ceremony before the game. ... The Blue Jays open a six-game homestand against the Yankees on Tuesday. ... Boston RHP Clay Buchholz, pushed back in the rotation after recent struggles and again with a rainout Friday, gave up a run in an inning of relief.
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