Toronto, ON (Sports Network) - Munenori Kawasaki's two-out, two-run double in the bottom of the ninth scored the game-winning run, as the Toronto Blue Jays scored four times in the final frame to steal a 6-5 victory over the Baltimore Orioles in the finale of a four-game set at Rogers Centre.
All four runs were charged to Baltimore reliever Jim Johnson (2-5), who blew the save, allowing four hits and walking one in defeat. The Orioles had won four of five coming in.
Earlier in the ninth, J.P. Arencibia smacked an RBI single and two batters later, Johnson walked Anthony Gose to load the bases with one down. Mark DeRosa grounded into a fielder's choice, scoring one, to put runners on first and third.
That's when Kawasaki, who faced a 3-2 count, hit a shot into the gap in left center to bring home the deciding runs and help Toronto earn a split in the series.
Steve Delabar (4-1) picked up the win, despite issuing a two-run double to Baltimore's Matt Wieters in the top of the ninth that made it 5-2.