Pedroia leads Red Sox past Blue Jays 5-3 in 11

Bautista completely destroys Price's pitch (0:31)

Jose Bautista takes the David Price pitch and launches it way out, with the foul pole the only thing keeping it from going into orbit. (0:31)

TORONTO -- Dustin Pedroia hit an RBI double in the 11th inning and the Boston Red Sox beat the Toronto Blue Jays 5-3 on Sunday, avoiding a three-game sweep.

Blake Swihart drew a one-out walk against Gavin Floyd (2-4) and moved to third when Floyd threw a wild ball four to the next batter, Mookie Betts.

Drew Storen came on to face Pedroia, who hit a ground-rule double to right-center. Pedroia went 2 for 6 with two RBI.

Xander Bogaerts followed with an RBI groundout. He went 1 for 6, extending his hitting streak to 22 games.

Clay Buchholz (3-5) worked one innning for the win in his first relief appearance since Aug. 17, 2008.