TORONTO (AP) — Justin Smoak's first two home runs of the season, a tying drive in the ninth inning and two-run shot in the 10th, led the Toronto Blue Jays over the Texas Rangers 3-1 on Tuesday night.
Rougned Odor homered on Marco Estrada's second pitch of the game, the first leadoff home run of Odor's big league career.
The lead stood until Smoak connected on Shawn Tolleson's third pitch of the ninth inning, a drive over the scoreboard in left center-field.
Edwin Encarnacion singled against Phil Klein (0-1) leading off the 10th, Troy Tulowitzki struck out and Smoak homered to left. Toronto won despite going 0 for 9 with runners in scoring position.
Joe Biagini (1-1) pitched two innings of two-hit relief for the win, completing a six-hitter.