It was a case of déjà vu as one close call changed the game. Unfortunately this time, the call benefited the Blue Jays and coincidentally it was made by the same umpire, Kerwin Danley. Greg Zaun was able to slide under the tag of Jason Varitek even though the ball beat him to the plate to tie the game at 1. A few batters later, the Red Sox were looking at 3-1 deficit. The Sox came back to take the lead and that lead held up until the 8th when Troy Glaus took a pitch from the other Manny on the Red Sox and put it in someone’s windshield behind the Green Monstah. Hideki Okajima pitched the 9th for the Sox and gave up a bomb to Vernon Wells which put the Jays on top for good. So if you thought the Red Sox might go for a perfect record in September, the dream is over. After the game, the Sox got on a plane to go to Fenway Park at Camden Yards again to take on the hapless Baltimore Orioles, who got spanked in a bad way last night 17-2 by the team in Tampa Bay. But before Tim Wakefield tries to knuckle over the Nationals O’s, let’s take a look at the headlines and happenings from last night’s games in today’s Boston area and Toronto papers.

Blast zone [Boston Globe]

Jays leave it late to grab victory [The Globe and Mail]

Sox turn backs on basics [Boston Herald]

Wells’ blast buries Red Sox [Toronto Star]

A Late Punch [Hartford Courant]

Jays save face with late rally[Toronto Sun]

All’s well that ends (doh!) [Pro Jo]

Lowell might be too pricey [Boston Globe]

More Treatment For Manny [Hartford Courant]

Johnson knows his role [Toronto Sun]

No go’s for O’s [Boston Herald]

When Manny’s back in, Drew, not Ellsbury, should be out [Pro Jo]

It’s a tired explanation [Boston Globe]

Another PawSox call-up helps Red Sox [Pro Jo]

For more headlines and stories, head over to the Boston Globe, Boston Herald, Providence Journal, Hartford Courant, the Globe and Mail, Toronto Star, and Toronto Sun websites.