The Blue Jays ran up a 6-0 run lead after five innings and handed Mariners ace Felix Hernandez (11-5) his first loss since May 25.
Josh Johnson (2-8) came into the game nursing a 14.06 ERA over his last four starts but was solid Tuesday with five hits in five shutout innings for his first win since June 23.
Hernandez was charged with six runs – three earned – on nine hits and three walks over five innings. Hernandez gave up a solo home run to Reyes in the first inning and his defense committed four errors.
Brad Miller had a two-run triple for the Mariners, who have lost six of their last eight games.
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