Jose Bautista hit his 38th and Russell Martin hit his 22nd as the Blue Jays dropped the Tampa Bay Rays, 10 to 8.
Both two run homers came in the bottom of the first, giving the Jays a five run lead from their first at bats.
Ace David Price pitched 5 strong striking out 6 for his 18th win on the year (18-5), despite giving up 5 runs on 6 hits.
The win ups the Jays season record to 89 wins and 65 losses. That’s good enough for a playoff spot.
Toronto’s last home game of the regular season is Sunday against the same Tampa Bay Rays, as the Jays go for a sweep in the three game series.