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rambling," Gibbons said. "We didnt know what we were going to do. We knew very little about him but hes come up here and done a Antworten

TORONTO -- The Toronto Blue Jays had plenty of chances for a breakout inning Sunday against Baltimore. When it finally came, it was light-hitting Munenori Kawasaki who delivered the knockout blow against Orioles closer Jim Johnson to give Toronto a thrilling 6-5 walk-off victory. Kawasaki capped Torontos four-run ninth with a two-run double that pushed Mark DeRosa across with the winning run. The Rogers Centre crowd of 28,502 erupted while the Blue Jays raced out to second base to mob the Japanese shortstop. The quirky Kawasaki -- who had reporters in stitches as he joked around after the game -- called it the best moment of his Major League Baseball career. "I did it," a smiling Kawasaki said as he flipped through a translation book. "And give me a hug." The affable 31-year-old shortstop has filled in admirably for Jose Reyes since the all-star went down with an ankle injury. Kawasaki has been steady defensively and came through with some clutch hits -- a nice bonus from a player who started the season in triple-A Buffalo. "Hes making the most out of it," said manager John Gibbons. "You tip your hat to the kid." The Blue Jays got to Johnson (2-5) early in the ninth, putting runners on the corners with nobody out. Edwin Encarnacion got things started with a double and Adam Lind moved him to third with a single. J.P. Arencibia followed with a single that scored Encarnacion to trim Baltimores lead to 5-3. Brett Lawrie of Langley, B.C., flew out and Anthony Gose walked to load the bases. DeRosa grounded weakly to short to push another run across but forcing Gose out at second. With the outfielders playing shallow for the usually light-hitting Kawasaki, he drilled a Johnson pitch into the gap in left-centre field. Steve Delabar (4-1) worked one inning of relief for the win as the Blue Jays salvaged a split of the four-game series. "We should be getting on the plane with three wins here, but I cant hang my head too long," Johnson said. "Its going to hurt for a little bit, and it should. Weve got to get ready to play again tomorrow." Kawasaki, who was given the celebratory cream pie and Gatorade treatment by his teammates after the game, had three hits to raise his batting average from .228 to .247. "When Reyes went down we were scrambling," Gibbons said. "We didnt know what we were going to do. We knew very little about him but hes come up here and done a tremendous job for us. Hes played just a good brand of baseball." The dramatic finish was most welcome for the Blue Jays after they loaded the bases in the seventh and eighth innings but only had one run to show for it. Toronto left 13 men on base, one more than the visitors. There was some drama in the Toronto dugout as well as on the field in the ninth inning. Lawrie, apparently upset that Lind was held at third base on his fly ball to right field, exchanged words with Gibbons in the dugout. "Weve probably talked this year more than you guys will ever know," Gibbons said. "I dont want to say hes like my son, were not that tight, but we do talk a lot. He got a little heated, I got a little heated. Thats over. Its no big deal, those things happen." Lawrie didnt go into details but said he got "caught up in the moment" as the Blue Jays were trying to chip away at the lead. Adam Jones homered for the Orioles, who outhit Toronto 14-12. The Orioles scored twice in the second inning and Jones hit a solo shot in the seventh for his 10th homer of the season. Baltimore (27-23) added a pair of runs in the ninth but the three-run lead wasnt enough. Toronto (21-29) will close out its nine-game homestand with a two-game mini-series against the Atlanta Braves beginning Monday night. Baltimore starter Miguel Gonzalez turned in a steady performance on a sunny, comfortable afternoon. He gave up one earned run, four hits and three walks while striking out seven. Toronto starter Chad Jenkins lasted five innings, allowing two earned runs, eight hits and three walks (two intentional). The Orioles were aggressive from the start against the 2009 first-round draft pick, who was making his second start of the season. Nick Markakis singled in the first inning and tried to score when Jones doubled off the wall in left field. Melky Cabrera fired the ball to Kawasaki, who relayed it to Arencibia in plenty of time for the tag. In the second inning, Chris Davis hit a ground-rule double and moved to third on a J.J. Hardy single. Davis jogged home on a double from Matt Wieters and Hardy made it 2-0 when he scored on a Danny Valencia grounder. Gonzalez, meanwhile, kept the Blue Jays off the bases until Kawasaki reached on a bunt single in the third inning. Kawasaki moved to third on a Jose Bautista single but they were stranded when Encarnacion struck out. Toronto halved Baltimores lead in the fourth inning. Lind singled, moved to third on a double by Arencibia and scored on a sacrifice fly by Lawrie. Gose followed with a sharp drive to centre field but had an extra-base hit taken away when Jones made a nice running catch. The Orioles loaded the bases in the fifth inning. Jenkins escaped by getting Hardy to line out to Encarnacion at first base. Thad Weber relieved Jenkins in the sixth and Baltimore once again loaded the bases. This time it was Manny Machados turn to strand three runners, as he hit into an inning-ending double play. Gonzalez was pulled with two out in the bottom of the sixth. Reliever Brian Matusz came on and Gose lined out to end the inning. The Blue Jays loaded the bases in the seventh inning with two outs. Lind flew out to shallow centre field to end the threat. Toronto made it a one-run game in the eighth inning when Kawasaki singled with the bases loaded to bring home Arencibia, who had reached on a single. Cabrera then hit a grounder to first base but Lawrie was forced out at home. Bautista came up with two outs and hit a sharp comebacker that reliever Tommy Hunter bravely bare-handed before getting the out at first. Delabar loaded the bases in the ninth inning. Wieters lashed a double to right field that scored Markakis and Jones. Notes: The game took three hours 19 minutes to play. ... Jones has homered in four straight games. It is the first time in his career he has accomplished the feat. ... Mark Buehrle (1-3) is scheduled to start for the Blue Jays in the series opener against Atlanta. The Braves will counter with Tim Hudson (4-3). . At a news conference Tuesday where it was thought that the fiery Schallibaum may be shown the door after a dismal finish to the Major League Soccer season, team president Joey Saputo said no decision has been made on whether the Swiss Volcano will be back in 2014. . -- Hunter Smith scored the winner with just 12 seconds remaining in the third period as the Oshawa Generals edged the host Sarnia Sting 5-4 on Friday in Ontario Hockey League action. . Ryan Garbutt had a goal and two assists as Dallas snapped a six-game losing streak with a 5-2 victory over the Edmonton Oilers on Tuesday night. .com) - Christian Ponder will get another chance to prove himself for the Minnesota Vikings, with head coach Leslie Frazier announcing Wednesday that the struggling quarterback will start this weekends game against the Green Bay Packers. . The Redskins announced Monday that the quarterback who led the team to the Super Bowl championship in the 1987 season will serve as a personnel executive. RALEIGH, N.C. -- Raffi Torres stint in the Carolina Hurricanes training camp is over.The physical left winger was one of nine players dropped from the Hurricanes roster Thursday, a day before their final exhibition game against Washington.Carolina invited Torres to camp on a professional tryout, with general manager Ron Francis in August defending the decision as a low-risk move.Torres hasnt played a regular-season game in the NHL since 2013-14. He was suspendded last October for 41 games -- the longest suspension in NHL history for a hit on another player -- and fined $440,000 for his illegal check on Anaheims Jakob Silfverberg during a preseason game.ddddddddddddTorres didnt serve any penalty minutes in two preseason games this year.The moves leave the Hurricanes with a 32-man roster. 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