By MyFM's John Wilbur- Mookie Betts had what he called "one of the happiest moments I've experienced in the game of baseball". (As heard on NESN after the game) After the center fielder took J.A. Happ deep in the fourth inning clearing the bases that were loaded with his 4th career grand slam, It was number 8 on the season for the Sox as a team. Happ threw 43 pitches in the fourth and it was the 13th of the at-bat for Mookie that sent the park into an uproar. After battling Happ and fouling off several pitches Betts lifted one over the monster to give the Red Sox the lead and eventual win over the Blue Jays 6-4 at Fenway Park last night. The win gives the Red Sox the most wins ever by a team before the All- star break with a 66 and 29 record. David Price earned the W on the bump his tenth of the season.