Boston Beats Jays 1-0
The Boston Red Sox reached 100 wins for the first time since Ted Williams returned from World War II in the 1946 season, beating the Blue Jays 1-0 as David Price won his sixth straight decision.
Price (15-6) allowed three hits and struck out seven.
Unbeaten in 11 starts since July 1, Price left after 92 pitches with a lead earned when Rafael Devers scampered home on a wild pitch by Aaron Sanchez (4-6) in the fifth inning.
Craig Kimbrel got three outs for his 39th save in 44 chances, and the scoreboards all flashed ``100 WINS.''
A night after becoming the first major league team this year to clinch a playoff spot, Boston won for the 10th time in 14 games and moved a season-high 54 games above .500.
This year's Red Sox need only to go 6-10 the rest of the way to break the franchise record of 105 wins, set in 1912.