They cry foul in Boston

Boston Red Sox fans cried foul after their favorites lost to the Blue Jays in Toronto on Tuesday.

The Massachusetts club lowered the flag 6 to 5after allowing the Maple Leaf club to score two runs in the second half of the ninth and final inning.

Fans decried the fact that Red Sox endgame specialist Tanner Houck was not allowed to take part in this duel. In fact, the 26-year-old gunner can’t play any games at Rogers Center this season, since he’s not vaccinated against COVID-19 and he can’t cross the border.

The daily columnist Boston Globe Dan Shaughnessy meanwhile put the blame on Houck’s shoulders.

“The most amply deserved defeat of all time. The Sox antivaccine is in Boston enjoying his personal freedom as his team blows away a 5-4 lead in the ninth. The Sox are 2-7 against the Jays and 7-16 against clubs in their section,” he wrote on his Twitter account.

“I want to be clear: Houck chose to abandon his teammates. His personal freedom is more important.”

The Red Sox and the Blue Jays will meet in the evening to play the third and final game of the series between them in the Queen City. The crowd favorites won the first two duels.

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