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Probable Pitchers

Toronto Blue Jays @ Boston Red Sox

, Fenway Park
J.A. Happ, LHP
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    J.A. Happ, last 3 starts
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    J.A. Happ, regular season
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    J.A. Happ, last 5 years vs. BOS
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Career stats

Happ has surrendered three earned runs or fewer in each of his past six starts. He has faced Boston twice this season, and is a perfect 2-0 with a 2.08 ERA over those 13 innings.

Eduardo Rodriguez, LHP
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    Eduardo Rodriguez, last 3 starts
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    Eduardo Rodriguez, regular season
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    Eduardo Rodriguez, last 5 years vs. TOR
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Don’t let his record fool you. Rodriguez has pitched well in the second half of the season, notching a 3.10 ERA in 13 starts since his recall from Pawtucket. In his ninth Fenway Park start of the season, Rodriguez is seeking his first win.

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Toronto Blue Jays @ Boston Red Sox

, Fenway Park
Aaron Sanchez, RHP
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    Aaron Sanchez, last 3 starts
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    Aaron Sanchez, regular season
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    Aaron Sanchez, last 5 years vs. BOS
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Career stats

Sanchez is tentatively listed as the probable for the regular-season finale, but it depends on whether this game will impact the standings. If not, he will be pushed back for the AL Wild Card Game.

David Price, LHP
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    David Price, last 3 starts
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    David Price, regular season
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    David Price, last 5 years vs. TOR
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Career stats

The lefty will make his final tune-up before the postseason against a team he helped get to October a year ago. Price had an off-night last time out against the Yankees, giving up 12 hits, three homers and six runs over 6 1/3 innings.

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