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TORONTO -- The Toronto Blue Jays have been waiting for some offence from some of their big hitters in the lineup. They got it Tuesday night as Adam Lind and Jose Bautista combined for RBIs in Torontos 7-3 win over the Tampa Bay Rays. Lind, who entered the game batting .222, hit a two-run home run and drove in three runs and Bautista, who entered the game batting .206, hit a solo homer and drove in two runs. Brett Lawrie of Langley, B.C. also hit a homer leading off the eighth inning as the Blue Jays won their second game in a row in the opener of a three-game series. "A number of good things offensively tonight, particularly from Jose and Adam," Jays manager John Farrell said. "Its good to see Jose, as we thought over the weekend, start to gain some consistent timing and that was certainly the case tonight." Rays third baseman Evan Longoria, who has won two Gold Gloves, committed a career-high three errors in the game, including two on the first two batters of Torontos three-run third. The Rays (5-6) entered the game with three errors as a team in their first 10 games of the season. Longoria equalled the club record for errors in a game. "It was a bad day," Longoria said. "I was just trying to make the aggressive play. Tonight it just didnt happen to work out three times." Ricky Romero (2-0) got the win after allowing three runs on eight hits, including a homer by Matt Joyce to lead off the seventh, in six innings to pick up his second consecutive victory. "Ricky battled himself but he made a big pitch in a couple of big situations, got a couple of key double plays," Farrell said. Jeff Niemann (0-2) allowed five runs, two earned, in five innings. He held the Blue Jays to three hits, including two home runs, and walked three while striking out five. "I think the offence has been fine, weve had some tough breaks but I think our offence has done a good job this season," Lind said. The Blue Jays (6-4) took the lead when Bautista hit his second homer of the season with two out in the first. His previous home run was opening day, April 5, in Cleveland. Romero allowed base runners in each of the first innings but escaped by facing the minimum number of batters. "I was a little out of sync today and fighting myself more than anything," Romero said. "I had some walks that got me in trouble but happy we came out with the win." Longoria, usually a superb fielder, was charged with errors on consecutive batters in the third to set up the second run of the game. Longoria erred on Jays catcher J.P. Arencibias hard grounder to lead off the inning and then flubbed Yunel Escobars grounder. Kelly Johnson forced Escobar at second to leave runners at the corners. "I thought J.P.s was a hit," Longoria said. "It should have been a hit but regardless of that the other two I was just being aggressive and it didnt work out." Bautista hit a sacrifice fly to left and Lind followed with his first homer of the season to put the Blue Jays into a 4-0 lead. "When its going good its not a forced thing, it just happens with good swings, thats the key," Lind said. "In order to do that you have to have good swings and so far this season I think Ive had good swings." Lind also singled in a run in the seventh inning. The Rays cut the lead in half in the fifth. Joyce singled with one out, Sean Rodriguez walked and Reid Brignac singled home Joyce. Brignac took second on an error charged to Lawrie on a pickoff attempt by Arencibia. Chris Gimenez drove in the second run of the game with an infield single into the hole at shortstop. Niemann left after walking Bautista to lead off the sixth. J.P. Howell faced one batter, walking Lind. Longorias third error came in the sixth on Eric Thames infield hit against reliever Brandon Gomes. It was a difficult throw to make as he charged the spinning ball but it eluded Carlos Pena who tried to stretch for it while holding his foot on first base. Bautista scored and Thames went to second on the error. "Its surprising but crazy things happen in baseball," Niemann said. "Hes been amazing over there and hes going to be amazing, The first ball was hit really hard, it was just one of those things." Joyce led off the seventh with a home run. Romero then followed that by walking Rodriguez, and Jays reliever Jason Frasor took over to finish the inning. Notes: Attendance at Rogers Centre was 15,331. ... Torontos Joel Carreno, Drew Hutchison, Jesse Chavez, Aaron Laffey and Brett Cecil are among the candidates being considered for Saturdays start in Kansas City. Because of days off in the schedule, Toronto has needed a fifth starter only once so far this season. ... LHP David Price (1-1, 4.82 earned-run average) will faced Toronto RHP Brandon Morrow (0-0, 2.57 ERA) in the second game of the series on Tuesday. In 12 career starts against Toronto, Price is 9-2 with a 2.06 ERA. Cheap NHL Jerseys. General Manager Sam Presti said the three-time All-Star had knee swelling that would not subside, and the procedure was intended to solve the problem. He said doctors determined that a loose stitch was to blame for the swelling, that Westbrooks lateral meniscus has healed properly and the procedure was successful. Authentic China NHL Jerseys. Meeks has agreed to a $19.5 million, three-year deal with Detroit, a person familiar with the situation said Tuesday night. The person, who spoke to The Associated Press on condition of anonymity because free agents cant sign contracts until the leagues moratorium ends July 10, also said Cartier Martin had agreed to a one-year contract with the rebuilding franchise. presents its latest weekly power rankings for the 2013-14 Barclays Premier League season. Cheap NHL Jerseys China. Colorado came up big against Chicago last spring, and repeated that performance Tuesday night. Varlamov stopped 36 shots and Paul Stastny had a goal and an assist for the Avalanche in a 5-1 victory over the Blackhawks. NHL Jerseys From China. Pretty good hitting, too. Dan Haren pitched six innings and sparked the go-ahead rally with a single, leading Los Angeles to another win over the skidding Atlanta Braves, 4-2 on Tuesday night.After a good start in Nashville the Winnipeg Jets looked for more of that in Dallas, in game two of a four game road trip. The Jets outshot Dallas 14-8 in the first and did create some very good scoring chances, but were not able to be Kari Lehtonen. The only downside for the Jets, other than not scoring on those Grade “A” chances, was the face-off circle, where the Jets were badly outdrawn by Dallas. Each team had a power play in the scoreless opening 20 minutes. Devin Setoguchi who scored his first ever NHL goal in Dallas and has nine goals in 16 career games in Dallas had two opportunities but was foiled by Lehtonen. Ondrej Pavelec with his sixth straight start was solid in the first, his best save on a partial breakaway by Ray Whitney. A banged up Evander Kane was questionable going into the game, but did play leaving the Jets line combinations as they were in Nashville, although as we have seen quite often Coach Claude Noel did a bit of juggling from time to time. Kane opened the scoring 3:28 into the second period banging home a rebound of a Dustin Byfuglien shot. It was Kanes team-leading sixth of the year and his first road point. Kane has now opened the scoring twice this season. It was only the third time in 12 games the Jets scored first. The Jets started the third with another great chance. It was a two-on-one with Andrew Ladd feeding Bryan Little only to have Littles shot hit the post. The Stars tied the game at 6:36 on a shot from the point by Stephane Robidas and the goal injected some energy into the Stars bench as they fired 16 shots on Pavelec in the third. The Jets were nailed for too many men on the ice at 19:34 of the third and Pavelec sent the game to overtime with a terrific point blank pad save off Jamie Benn in the final seconds of regulation. It marked the fourth time in five games the Jets went to extra time. The overtime period produced several chances, including a couple of short-handed opportunities by the JJets.ddddddddddddOnce back to full strength the Jets had the better chances outshooting Dallas 6-2 in the five minute overtime. The shootout was as follows: Benn (miss), Olli Jokinen (miss), Alex Chaisson (miss), Ladd (goal), Ray Whitney (miss). Ladd is now a perfect 3-for-3 in shootouts this season. The Jets are now 2-1 in the shootout this season. With the win the Jets have now picked up points in five of their last seven games, with a record of 3-2-2 for eight of a possible 14 points. They are now 2-1-1 on the road and 5-5-2 on the season. Each of the four road games has been decided by one goal. Pavelec now has the franchise lead in wins with 95, one ahead of Lehtonen, an Atlanta pick in 2002. Winnipeg went 0-for-2 on the power play and were a perfect 4-for-4 on the penalty kill. Setoguchi lead the Jets in shots on goal with six with Byfuglien leading the way in ice time with 28:52, followed by Zach Bogosian at 25:02. The Jets again were minus Jim Slater and Jacob Trouba, who are on injured reserve, Chris Thorburn who is off IR, Adam Pardy and Patrice Cormier were healthy scratches. Coach Noel again liked a lot of what his team did. “We started well,” he told TSN. “It was a good road game for us. The penalty kill at the end was huge and Pavelec was superb. We controlled their top line.” “Disappointed how their goal happened but we bounced back,” Noel would add. “The extra point was huge because it would have been three straight games to lose the point. I liked the effort of our group. The Wright line was good, Setoguchi was and Jokinen were good, but Pavelec was our best guy.” The Jets play in Colorado Sunday with Al Montoya expected to start. That game can be caught live on TSN Jets and TSN Radio 1290 starting at 7pm ct. 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