For the first 10 innings, the Red Sox seemingly couldn't come up with a big hit when they needed one. Then, in the top of the 11th, it seemed they couldn't stop.

Breaking open a tie game, the Red Sox erupted for seven runs in the inning, giving them an 11-7 win over the Toronto Blue Jays. Dustin Pedroia had a two-run single to put the Sox ahead and Mike Napoli and Allen Craig added homers later in the inning, accounting for five more.

The homer by Napoli, a three-run bomb, landed in the fifth deck of Rogers Centre, making Napoli just the seventh visiting player to reach that level since the ballpark opened in 1989.

In the first 10 innings, the Sox had stranded nine baserunners.

Yoenis Cespedes, who won Monday's game in extra innings with an RBI single to score Brock Holt, did the same in the top of the seventh, snapping a 3-3 tie.

This time, however, the lead didn't last. In the bottom of the inning, Jose Bautista, who had been 0-for-17, snapped out of his funk with a homer to left off Alex Wilson, knotting the game at 4-4.