Here are the lineups:
RED SOX (47-52)
Pitching: RHP Jake Peavy (1-8, 4.59).
BLUE JAYS (51-49)
Pitching: LHP J.A. Happ (7-5, 4.91).
Game time: 7:07 p.m.
TV/Radio: NESN / WEEI.
Red Sox vs. Happ: Gomes 3-15, Pedroia 4-10, Victorino 1-6, Drew 2-6, Napoli 3-6, Ortiz 0-4, Ross 0-5, Bradley 1-4, Bogaerts 0-2, Carp 1-1, Holt 1-2, Nava 0-1.
Blue Jays vs. Peavy: Reyes 6-24, Bautista 4-20, Cabrera 6-14, Rasmus 1-9, Navarro 1-6, Francisco 2-3, Gose 0-2, Johnson 0-2, Kawasaki 0-2.
Stat of the Day: Ortiz is 109 of 404 at the Rogers Centre in 105 career games, a pedestrian (for him) ,270. But 31 of the hits have been doubles and 35 of them home runs. Among visiting players, only Alex Rodriguez (36) has more home runs at the park.
Heating up: Stephen Drew is 7 of his last 17 with three extra-base hits, four RBIs and four walks. … Daniel Nava is hitting .350/.429/.398 in his last 34 games. … Jackie Bradley Jr. is hitting .321/.369/.397 in his last 23 games since June 19 with 13 runs scored and six doubles. … Xander Bogaerts is 6 of his last 18 with three RBIs and two waks.
Quick hits: Bogaerts has not had a double since June 6. … Brock Holt is eight plate appearances shy of being qualified for the league leaders. … The Sox have homered in six consecutive games. … The bullpen has nine scoreless innings and 12 strikeouts in the last five games. … The Sox have outscored the opposition 22-1 the last three games yet still have a negative-17 run differential for the season. … Dustin Pedroia is 1 of his last 16.
Other notes: The Sox have won five straight and eight of nine. They are 7.5 games out of first, having picked up three games over the last nine. … Peavy’s only win this season was at Toronto on April 25. He allowed one run over seven innings. He is 0-8, 5.21 in 14 starts since but has a 2.84 ERA in his last three starts. The Sox have averaged 3.1 runs in his starts this season. … Happ is 2-2, 5.33 in six career appearances against the Sox. He faced them on May 20 and allowed four runs in five innings. Happ allowed nine runs over 11.1 innings in his last two starts this season
Song of the Day: “Funkin’ for Jamaica” by Tom Browne.