BOSTON — R.A. Dickey took a no-hit bid into the sixth inning and the Toronto Blue Jays stopped Xander Bogaerts' 26-game hitting streak and the Boston Red Sox, 5-2 Friday night.
Bogaerts went 0 for 3 and walked twice, with the Fenway Park crowd doing when he didn't see a strike in the eighth inning.
Bogaerts came up again with two runners on base and two outs in the ninth inning and, after taking three straight balls, struck out against Roberto Osuna to end it.
One start after no-hitting the Red Sox for 5 1/3 innings, Dickey (3-6) didn't give up a hit until David Ortiz opened the sixth with a double. Osuna got his 13th save.
Edwin Encarnacion homered off David Price (7-2). Price, who helped pitch Toronto into the playoffs last season and then signed with Boston, stayed in the game after being hit by Jose Bautista's line drive in the third.