Baltimore had just enough again to topple Toronto for the second consecutive time on Wednesday after their built-in day off. The Blue Jays picked up the first run in the top of the third inning, but the Orioles responded with two runs in the bottom and tacked on another run in the fourth. That would be all the scoring in what ended up being a quick affair between both teams. Starting pitcher Dylan Bundy ended up grabbing the victory with a solid outing, giving up just one earned run on four hits and also tossed out eight players on strikeouts.

Blue Jays can't generate a comeback attempt

Toronto slumped again on offense for the second straight outing.

While they did have seven hits, they also struck out 11 times as a team. Third baseman Josh Donaldson was able to smack one hit in his four at-bats, but he struck out in all the other ones. Two other players at the top of the lineup, second baseman Devon Travis and right fielder Jose Bautista, also struck out more than once.

Blue Jays starting pitcher J.A. Happ picked up the unfortunate loss. He suffered three runs on five hits -- two of those were home runs. He was still able to fan nine opposing players, but it was all for naught.

Orioles move up in the AL East

It's pretty early to start looking at division races, but Baltimore is grabbing some key victories in the chase to the top. Experts predict Boston to resurge, but both the Orioles and Blue Jays have been the kings of the division as of late.

The home team has been doing their thing with home runs. Center fielder Adam Jones and first baseman Chris Davis both picked up their first jacks of the season -- Jones scooped up two RBIs.

Bundy said after the game that he was very happy with his performance: "Any time after six, I consider that quality and you're doing your job, keeping the team in the game to win.

Tonight, I was able to do my job. I felt fine physically. I felt like I could have gone another one."

The series ends after just two quick games. Baltimore hosts the New York Yankees this weekend while Toronto hits the road to take on Tampa Bay.

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