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Jays top Red Sox

BOSTON—Blue Jays' reliever Ryan Tepera couldn't believe his eyes when he looked up and saw that he was the winning pitcher—his fifth career victory.

Starter Marcus Stroman was the best pitcher of the game, taking a three-hit shutout into the seventh inning and leaving without allowing an earned run.

Garcia chasing first claret jug

SOUTHPORT, England—Sergio Garcia won't be wearing his green jacket from Augusta National at his wedding.

What about pouring champagne from a claret jug?

Garcia doesn't have one yet, though he loves the thought of such possibilities, especially considering that only four months ago, the 36-year-old Spaniard was learning to accept his career might end without a major.

'JGR' snaps drought

LOUDON, N.H.—Joe Gibbs Racing has undergone an unexpected upheaval that forced the organization into a youth movement.

The biggest surprise, though, was going 0-for-2017.

Denny Hamlin ended that rut with the kind of finish down the stretch that showed that yes, the new generation may be on the way but the JGR lynchpin still knows how to win.

Second Toronto Indy win for Newgarden

TORONTO—James Hinchcliffe is the face of the Honda Indy Toronto, so beating the hometown favourite at his race is that much sweeter for Josef Newgarden.

Newgarden yesterday captured his second title on the streets surrounding Exhibition Place—finishing ahead of Hinchcliffe, who came third for a second-straight year.

“I love beating 'Hinch' in Canada,” Newgarden joked.