Anthony Gose and Adam Lind belted homers to back seven strong innings from Todd Redmond as the Toronto Blue Jays posted a 6-2 victory over the spiraling New York Yankees at Rogers Centre.
Gose finished a triple shy of the cycle, while Lind's three-run blast highlighted a 2-for-4 night that helped Toronto take the rubber match of this three-game set. Jose Reyes also had two hits, including an RBI double.
Redmond (4-2) did his part on the mound, limiting New York's struggling offense to a run on four hits while striking out seven.
New York scored in just three of 27 innings in this series and has managed just 13 runs in dropping five of six, a slide that has damaged its hopes for obtaining one of the AL's wild card berths.
The Yankees did receive a solo homer from Curtis Granderson, with Robinson Cano going 2-for-4 with a double in the setback.
Hiroki Kuroda (11-12) lost his fifth consecutive decision after surrendering three runs on eight hits over six innings.