Kazmir (7-5-0-2-10, 118) bested Schilling (6-5-1-1-5, 99) on a night when the Red Sox did not get a man to third base.
Norton doubled to start the fifth. It looked like Ellsbury had a play on it with a leap at standings on the Wall. It dislodged the "70" for Toronto's losses. Navarro bunted Norton to third and Wilson brought him in with a fly ball to right.
Boston's best chance at a run came in the seventh. Kielty singled to left and, after Yook struck out, Varitek walked. Ellsbury fanned and Cora grounded into a force play at third.
It looked like the Red Sox might have a little momentum when Crisp started a 8-6-3 DP in the top of the ninth with a leaping grab at the garage door in center, but Reyes shut the door: Ortiz 5-3, Youkilis L5, Varitek K.
Scott Kazmir (3.79, 121 ERA+) / Curt Schilling (4.04, 113 ERA+)
This is Kazmir's fifth start against the Red Sox this year. His IP: 6, 6, 6, 5.2. 3.42 ERA. ... Bobby Kielty is hitting .438 (7-for-16) against Red Dot.
Schilling has not faced the Devil Rays this season.
The MFY (5.5 GB in the East, but 4 GA in the WC) are off tonight before starting a series in Toronto on Tuesday.