ARLINGTON, Texas, May 6 (UPI) -- Carlos Delgado homered twice and Jayson Werth and Orlando Hudson each had three-run shots as the Toronto Blue Jays rolled Tuesday night to a 15-5 rout of the Texas Rangers.
Toronto was trailing, 1-0, in the second inning when Delgado drove a 3-1 pitch from Rangers starter Colby Lewis (3-3) over the left-center field wall to spark a five-run rally. Werth capped the inning with a three-run blast to right.
Werth finished with a career-high three hits as Toronto matched its season-high winning streak at five games. The Blue Jays also won five straight from April 4-9.
The Blue Jays' were clinging to a 5-4 lead when Delgado led off the third with a solo shot to right-center field. With runners on first and second later in the innning, Hudson drove a 2-1 pitch from reliever Esteban Yan over the right field wall to make it 9-4.
Delgado has 16 career home runs in The Ballpark at Arlington, tying him with Anaheim's Tim Salmon for the most by a visiting player.