NEW YORK – Tomas Perez tied a major league record with four doubles and went 5-for-5 to lead the Devil Rays to the win.

Damon Hollins homered and drove in a career-best five runs for the Devil Rays, who matched a franchise mark for runs. They earned their first road win this month and emphatically ended New York’s four-game winning streak.

Jonny Gomes, Jorge Cantu and Travis Lee also homered as Tampa Bay equaled a season high with 17 hits. Jae Seo (1-5) allowed five runs and nine hits in 5 2-3 innings to get his first win with the Devil Rays.

Derek Jeter and Jason Giambi hit consecutive homers in the first inning for the Yankees. Randy Johnson (11-9) was tagged for a season-high nine runs – six earned – and six hits in 3 1-3 innings.

Athletics 7, Blue Jays 4

OAKLAND, Calif. – Barry Zito settled down after giving up a first-inning grand slam and Jay Payton drove in three runs to move the Athletics back into first place in the AL West.

The A’s had spent 43 days with at least a share of first place before falling a half-game behind the Los Angeles Angels following a 4-3 loss to Toronto on Friday night. Oakland quickly moved back in front by a half-game with its win and the Angels’ 7-6 11-inning loss in Boston.

Troy Glaus hit a grand slam off Zito (11-7) in the first but the left-hander settled down after that and allowed four runs and eight hits in 6 2-3 innings.

Huston Street pitched the ninth for his 22nd save in 28 chances.

Dustin McGowan (1-1) allowed five runs and five hits in 4 1-3 innings to get the loss.

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