Jays’ lack of offense offensive

It’s never good when the number of errors you commit is the same as the number of hits you get on offense. Unfortunately, that’s exactly what happened to the Toronto Blue Jays Thursday night, as the team recorded three hits and three errors in an 8-1 loss to the Red Sox at Rogers Centre.

That’s the second straight game that the Jays have scored just one run. It’s certainly tough to win ballgames that way.

Jon Lester, of course, did his part, as the left-hander was sharp on the hill picking up his fourth career win against the Blue Jays. In fact, after giving up a single and a double to Marco Scutaro and Aaron Hill, respectively, to open the game, Lester allowed just one more hit the rest of the way. And that was Hill again — meaning Toronto’s No. 3-through-9 hitters went 0-for-21 (with a pair of walks) against the lefty.

The Jays take a crack at the Angels starting Friday …

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