The Orioles hit four homers, including three off starter Aaron Sanchez, earning their fourth win over the Toronto Blue Jays in as many meetings with a 6-4 victory Friday night at Rogers Centre.
In taking advantage of a spiraling Blue Jays team off to its worst start in club history (1-9), the win was the Orioles’ third straight overall and kept them in first place in the American League East.
Jonathan Schoop, J.J. Hardy, Chris Davis and Seth Smith homered for the Orioles (7-2). Left-hander Wade Miley (1-0) won his first decision of the year.
Friday night’s power display gave the Orioles nine homers in their past three games.
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