TORONTO -- Curt Casali hit a three-run homer, Tim Beckham and Steve Pearce each hit two-run blasts and the Tampa Bay Rays had four homers while beating the Toronto Blue Jays 13-2 on Monday night.
Blue Jays manager John Gibbons was ejected by home plate umpire Mike Winters for arguing a called third strike in the fourth.
It was the third ejection of the season for Gibbons and his second in two games -- his was one of eight tossed in a game Sunday against
Texas that included Rougned Odor's punch to the jaw of Jose Bautista. Toronto has lost three straight.
Desmond Jennings also homered, and the Rays set season highs in runs and hits (17).
Jennings and Steven Souza Jr. each had three hits in the opener of an eight-game, three-city trip.
Drew Smyly (2-4) allowed one run and four hits in five innings to win for the first time in four starts.
Steve Geltz, Ryan Webb, Dana Eveland and Enny Romero each worked one inning for Tampa Bay.
The Rays roughed up left-hander J.A. Happ (5-1), who entered as one of six undefeated big league starters.
Happ matched a career worst by allowing eight runs and seven hits in two innings.
Happ's woeful outing snapped a streak of 19 straight games in which Blue Jays starters worked at least six innings.
Pearce connected off Happ in the first for his sixth.
After Kevin Kiermaier's sacrifice fly, Beckham made it 6-0 with a one-out drive in the second, his first.
Souza chased Happ with an RBI single in the third and right-hander Dustin Antolin came on for his ML debut.
After Jennings lined out to third, Casali drilled a three-run homer, his fifth.
Jennings made it 11-0 with a two-out, two-run double off Antolin in the fourth, and then capped it with a leadoff blast off Jesse Chavez in the ninth.
Rays: Geltz pitched despite suffering an allergic reaction that made his right eye swell up. ... Manager Kevin Cash said RHP Brad Boxberger (adductor surgery) will make a second rehab appearance at Class A Charlotte on Wednesday.