Amanda's album - Red Sox vs. Jays - March 12

 Toronto Blue Jays starter J.A. Happ allowed four runs on seven innings in 4 2/3 innings in his club's 6-4 loss to the Boston Red Sox in Grapefruit League action at Dunedin Stadium on Monday.

Toronto Blue Jays starter J.A. Happ allowed four runs on seven innings in 4 2/3 innings in his club's 6-4 loss to the Boston Red Sox in Grapefruit League action at Dunedin Stadium on Monday.

By Amanda Fewer

Canadian Baseball Network

The Toronto Blue Jays dropped a 6-4 decision to the Boston Red Sox in Grapefruit League action at Dunedin Stadium on Monday.

The Blue Jays lost despite a three-hit game from centre fielder Kevin Pillar and a two-hit, three-RBI performance by first baseman Justin Smoak.

Designated hitter Sandy Leon socked two solo home runs off Happ for the Red Sox.

Here are some photos from Monday at Dunedin Stadium:

 Veteran Curtis Granderson continued his torrid spring with a single in two at bats. He's now hitting .409 for the Blue Jays in Grapefruit League action.

Veteran Curtis Granderson continued his torrid spring with a single in two at bats. He's now hitting .409 for the Blue Jays in Grapefruit League action.

 Blue Jays prospect Richard Urena started at second base and went 0-for-3 to see his Grapefruit League batting average drop to .087.

Blue Jays prospect Richard Urena started at second base and went 0-for-3 to see his Grapefruit League batting average drop to .087.

 Toronto Blue Jays' outfield prospect Roemon Fields (left) and legendary former Blue Jays centre fielder (and now triple-A coach) Devon White share a laugh in the dugout on Monday.

Toronto Blue Jays' outfield prospect Roemon Fields (left) and legendary former Blue Jays centre fielder (and now triple-A coach) Devon White share a laugh in the dugout on Monday.

Amanda Fewer

Born in Ottawa, ON and growing up with military parents, my childhood was filled with new cities all of the time, stretching from one side of Canada to the other. 

I took to sports at a young age, primarily Tae Kwon Do. I loved the competitiveness of it and by age 13 won my first North American and Canadian Championship title.

I moved out West after I was done my schooling, where I obtained a Diploma as an Automotive Technician.  I loved the amazing landscapes Alberta offered me, where I could pursue my passion of photography.  It wasn't until 2013, when I realized what I really wanted to be taking pictures of, after I travelled to Phoenix to watch Team Canada in the WBC. I was hooked on sports photography, and baseball, right then and there.  I currently live in Calgary, AB and spend my summers shooting the WMBL Okotoks Dawgs.