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The 27-year-old is having perhaps his finest season as a pro, slashing .277/.370/.615 with 38 homers and 83 RBI.Cruz has connected for at least one homer (four total) with seven RBI over his past three outings.The Blue Jays took advantage with a single from Justin Smoak followed by a three-run homer by Travis off Orioles starter Wade Miley (1-2)."He's really tough for me," Travis said about facing Miley.It was our game to win."Those hits occurred off Chad Green, but four more New York relievers followed with four scoreless innings, and Aroldis Chapman (3-1) pitched two perfect innings.New York, which blew an early 3-0 lead, made it a one-run game in the eighth on pinch hitter Matt Holliday's RBI groundout against Brad Boxberger."He's always pitched so well against this team," Toronto manager John Gibbons said.

Beckham was shifted to the third-base side of the bag, but the infielders just looked at each other and neither player made the play as the ball trickled into center field."We were in the right position," Rays manager Kevin Cash said. Both guys appeared to give up on the ball."Before taking a major-league-worst 32nd loss after holding a lead at some point, Tampa Bay grabbed a lead on pinch hitter Brad Miller's two-run double in the fifth and went up 5-3 on Corey Dickerson's solo homer in the sixth."It's a tough loss," Beckham said. Our pitching came out, they did their job and we've got to get them the win right there.

"I was on top of the ball, and I was able to make good pitches. My mechanics were really good." Nelson Cruz hit a two-run homer in the victory but pointed to Hernandez as the key. Hopefully, that leads to a good second half." Hernandez, now 31, missed nearly two months because of bursitis in his shoulder, which forced his departure from an April 25 start in Detroit. The first two, against Houston and Philadelphia, were workmanlike: three runs in six innings.

"We need Felix more than anything else," Cruz said. Kansas City then shelled him for six runs in six innings. Add these qualifiers: Hernandez has, throughout his 13-year career, consistently dominated the Athletics.

"Hands down," manager Scott Servais said, "that was the best effort and the best stuff he’s had all year.

That’s what guys who have had the career he’s had (can do), they can turn up the dial a little bit.

Beckham was shifted to the third-base side of the bag, but the infielders just looked at each other and neither player made the play as the ball trickled into center field."We were in the right position," Rays manager Kevin Cash said. Both guys appeared to give up on the ball."Before taking a major-league-worst 32nd loss after holding a lead at some point, Tampa Bay grabbed a lead on pinch hitter Brad Miller's two-run double in the fifth and went up 5-3 on Corey Dickerson's solo homer in the sixth."It's a tough loss," Beckham said. Our pitching came out, they did their job and we've got to get them the win right there."I was on top of the ball, and I was able to make good pitches. My mechanics were really good." Nelson Cruz hit a two-run homer in the victory but pointed to Hernandez as the key. Hopefully, that leads to a good second half." Hernandez, now 31, missed nearly two months because of bursitis in his shoulder, which forced his departure from an April 25 start in Detroit. The first two, against Houston and Philadelphia, were workmanlike: three runs in six innings."We need Felix more than anything else," Cruz said. Kansas City then shelled him for six runs in six innings. Add these qualifiers: Hernandez has, throughout his 13-year career, consistently dominated the Athletics."Hands down," manager Scott Servais said, "that was the best effort and the best stuff he’s had all year.That’s what guys who have had the career he’s had (can do), they can turn up the dial a little bit.Estrada entered the game 4-1 with 58 strikeouts and a 2.84 ERA in 12 appearances, including 10 starts, against the Orioles.