NEW YORK, Aug. 30 (UPI) -- The Toronto Blue Jays scored five times in the late innings Saturday, rallying to edge the New York Yankees 7-6.
The eventual game-winning run scored on Gregg Zaun's fielder's choice groundout with one out in the top of the eighth.
One of Vernon Wells's two hits was a fourth-inning, two-run homer.
Adam Lind had two hits with two runs for the Blue Jays, who broke a three-game losing streak.
The winning pitcher was reliever Brandon League (1-2). Closer B.J. Ryan earned his 25th save.
New York's Hideki Matsui hit a two-run, fifth-inning double.
Robinson Cano and Ivan Rodriguez hit back-to-back, fourth-inning solo homers and had two hits apiece.
Two others had one RBI, while Derek Jeter and Bobby Abreu added two hits each for the Yankees, who finished with a 14-game split in the season series.
The losing pitcher was Damaso Marte (0-3).