TORONTO (AP) David Ortiz homered, Jake Peavy pitched seven strong innings and the BostonRedSox beat the Toronto Blue Jays 8 1 on Friday night. Will Middlebrooks returned from the disabled list with two hits and two RBIs as Boston bounced back from an error filled loss to the Yankees on Thursday. The RedSox held a pregame meeting after making five errors in their 14 5 home defeat against New York. one is proud of the way things unfolded (Thursday) night, manager John Farrell said. was an ugly game. Buehrle came in with a major league best 0.64 ERA, but allowed 12 hits and seven runs, six earned, in 5 1 3 innings. He gave up more earned runs in Boston four run second than he had in his four previous starts combined (two). He walked three and struck out none. Juan Francisco homered for the Blue Jays, who have lost three straight for the first time this season. Peavy (1 0) allowed one run and five hits to win for the first time in five starts. He walked two and struck out seven. Chris Capuano struck out the side in the eighth and Andrew Miller finished for Boston. Pierzynski opened the scoring in the second with a sacrifice fly off Buehrle, his former Chicago White Sox batterymate. Middlebrooks followed with an RBI single, the first hit against Buehrle in 24 at bats this season with a runner in scoring position. Dustin Pedroia capped the rally with a two run single. Ortiz made it 5 0 with a leadoff homer in the fifth, the 50th of his career against Toronto. Ortiz has 33 career homers at Rogers Centre, the second highest total by an opposing player. Alex Rodriguez leads with 36. Pierzynski singled to begin the sixth and scored on a double by Middlebrooks, who was thrown out at third. Buehrle left after walking Jackie Bradley Jr. and was replaced by Neil Wagner, who later issued a bases loaded walk to Mike Napoli. Peavy, meanwhile, breezed through the first five innings, allowing just two hits. Jose Bautista hit a one out double in the fourth and Edwin Encarnacion walked, but Bautista unwisely tried to steal third and was thrown out by Pierzynski. Jose Reyes hit a one out double in the sixth and went to third on Melky Cabrera single, but Peavy struck out Bautista looking, then fanned Encarnacion to escape the inning. Francisco ended Peavy shutout bid in the seventh with a towering homer into the fourth deck, his first. NOTES: Blue Jays RHP Casey Janssen (back) is still struggling to overcome soreness, according to manager John Gibbons. don see him back here in the next couple of weeks, to be honest with you, Gibbons said. Boston loss to the Yankees on Thursday was the only game since 1914 in which a team had five runs, four hits and five errors. 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Senators GM Bryan Murray will talk later in the day.Spezza will be joined in Dallas by Ales Hemsky, who signed a three year, $12 million deal."I'm thrilled, very excited," Spezza said in a conference call. "Dallas is a team I wanted to go to from the get go."In exchange, the Senators will receive 23 year old right winger Alex Chiasson, who scored 13 goals and 22 assists in 79 games last season and netted six goals and one assist during the 2012 13 season. Chiasson , 6 3 and 206 pounds, is a former Boston University star who was originally drafted by Dallas in the second round (38th overall) of the 2009 entry draft.Chiasson is entering the final year of his three year entry level contract, making $867,000 next season. Spezza is set to make $4 million next season ($7 million salary cap hit) and the money difference is a significant factor.It helped the team re sign left winger Milan Michalek to a three year, $12 million contract. Michalek had searched for other options last week during the free agent shopping window. The Senators could still add another forward or two.Senators general manager Bryan Murray is also beginning negotiations on long term deals for Bobby Ryan, Clarke MacArthur, Marc Methot and Craig Anderson.Toronto Maple LeafsHaving missed out on Josh Gorges, the defenceman who preferred to move to a last place team instead, the Toronto Maple Leafs signed defenceman Stephane Robidas as an unrestricted free agent on Tuesday.The 37 year old agreed to a three year deal reportedly worth US$9 million.Robidas had been playing on a four year deal worth US$13.2 million, meaning the Leafs got him for the same cap hit the Anaheim Ducks had him for last year (US$3 million). He struggled with injury, breaking his leg once in the regular season, and again in the playoffs.Toronto moved slowly into free agency. The Leafs announced a more modest move just before signing Robidas, acquiring winger Matt Frattin from the Columbus Blue Jackets for Jerry D'Amigo and a conditional seventh round pick in the draft next year. The team sent Frattin to Los Angeles last year in the deal that delivered goaltender Jonathan Bernier to the Leafs.The team lost forwards David Bolland (Florida) and Mason Raymond (Calgary) to unrestricted free agency before the moves were announced. Gorges vetoed a move to Toronto, opting instead to accept a trade to the last place Buffalo Sabres.General manager Craig MacTavish, who has revamped the roster considerably over the last week, then added depth defenceman Keith Aulie to the mix with a one year contract.MacTavish had signed defenceman Nikita Nikitin last Wednesday, then four days later, traded veteran centre Sam Gagner for winger Teddy Purcell. 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That the day traffic is lightest and street closures are easiest. But having the marathon on a Sunday meant something different for First Church streets around the building would be closed and parking lots would be blocked. When Oklahoma City marathon began in 2001, First Church saw only one option. No service on Sunday. "The doors were locked, said Laura Alfonzo, the church director of communication. Some members were none too happy. Their church, after all, was one of the hardest hit by the bombing. Their sanctuary was nearly destroyed, windows shattered and walls shifted. It cost millions of dollars and caused lots of heartbreak. The congregation was displaced for three years. "We could moved out of downtown, Alfonzo said, "but we decided to stay here. "We really have a kindred spirit with the memorial. So for the Memorial Marathon to cause First Church such problems, many in the congregation didn understand. "I think it is absolutely wrong to hold the Memorial Marathon on Sunday, said a letter to the editor in The Oklahoman in May 2001. "I propose that the timing be reconsidered and changed. But the marathon remained on Sunday, and for two years, First Church remained closed on marathon day. It moved the worship service to Saturday but thought that was the only thing that could be done. Then before the third marathon, Stan Cosby hit on an idea. He was then the new senior pastor at First Church, and he proposed a pancake feed, a service to those at the marathon. Second Wind Since 2003, First Church has provided a unique ministry on the weekend of the Oklahoma City Memorial Marathon. Saturday, the church will offer blessings and prayers for runners. Sunday under the Survivor Tree before the start of the marathon.
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