Boston Red Sox defeat Toronto Blue Jays, 6-3

TORONTO -- Having played the previous nine seasons with Barry Bonds, J.T. Snow is no stranger to watching opposing managers drastically reconfigure their defenses in an attempt to stop the Babe stalker.

But no, the Red Sox first baseman said, he never saw Bonds resort to what David Ortiz did yesterday to try to keep the Toronto Blue Jays honest, dropping down a bunt single in the sixth inning of Boston's 6-3 win with the Jays' third baseman, Troy Glaus, playing where th...

TORONTO -- This day probably won't be enough to blot out Matt Clement's brutal association with these Blue Jays (he entered 0-3 with a 9.45 ERA and allowed three runs, two earned, over 5 1/3 innings). But, as Clement later pointed out, ''Anything would have been better than what was in the past." And, for his team, anything would have been better than what played out over the two preceding days -- a crushing 12-inning loss in which the Red Sox coughed up a four-run lead, a...