Scott Kazmir allowed one run, four hits and one walk in six innings. (Darren Calabrese/AP)
By Bill Chastain / MLB.com
For six innings, it looked like Scott Kazmir was going to get his first road win since May, as he quietly struck out 10 and allowed just one run on four hits. Gabe Kapler, meanwhile, hit a two-run homer to give Kazmir the lead. It wouldn't be enough, though, as the Jays rallied in the ninth off closer J.P. Howell.
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