Cedric Mullins got five hits, Austin Hays drove in the decisive run in the 11th inning and the Baltimore Orioles beat the Toronto Blue Jays 8-3 on Sunday to complete a three-game sweep.
Mullins had three RBIs and Hays reached base four times for the Orioles, who scored five runs in the 11th to win for the fifth time in six games.
Baltimore took a 3-2 lead in the top of the 10th when Mullins hit a first-pitch single off Nate Pearson to score automatic runner Jorge Mateo from second base.
Toronto tied it in the bottom half against Austin Voth when Whit Merrifield’s single brought home pinch-runner Daulton Varsho.
Right-hander Mike Baumann (3-0) replaced Voth and immediately picked off Merrifield at first base.
Hays broke the tie with a one-out single off Yimi Garcia (1-2) in the 11th, and pinch-hitter Terrin Vavra added a two-run single for the Orioles.
Those who remained in the sellout crowd of 41,643 booed after Mullins chased Garcia with a two-run double.
Toronto’s Matt Chapman hit a solo home run and had two RBIs but the struggling Blue Jays lost for the sixth time in their past seven.
Blue Jays centrefielder Kevin Kiermaier made the defensive play of the game, a sensational leaping catch at the wall in left-centre to retire Gunnar Henderson for the first out of the fourth.
Chapman opened the scoring with a leadoff drive in the second, his sixth. The homer was his first since April 18 at Houston.
Baltimore took the lead with two runs in the third but Toronto tied it in the seventh when Chapman hit a bases-loaded sacrifice fly off Mychal Givens.
Givens was making his first appearance of the season after being activated off the injured list before the game. The right-hander struck out Merrifield to keep it tied.
Facing his former team for the third time, Blue Jays right-hander Kevin Gausman allowed two runs and six hits in eight innings. Gausman threw a season-high 115 pitches. He walked two and struck out four.
Orioles right-hander Dean Kremer allowed one run and nine hits in 5 1/3 innings. He walked two and struck out seven.
Cionel Perez replaced Kremer after Alejandro’s Kirk’s one-out single put runners at first and second in the sixth. Pinch-hitter Danny Jansen walked to load the bases but Perez got Kiermaier to ground into a double-play.