The Red Sox avoided starting the season 0-4 for the second year in a row last night as they beat the Blue Jays in Toronto, 4-2.
Boston righted the wrongs of Opening Day last Thursday against Detroit and Sunday's crushing loss to the Tigers as it came up big in the ninth inning.
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Ryan Sweeney's single to right plated Darnell McDonald in the top of the inning and Alfredo Aceves pitched a perfect ninth to stifle the Jays.
Dustin Pedroia posted his first home run of the season with a shot in the sixth and also started the Sox' ninth inning with a double.