Patterson's bunt pushes Jays to 5-2 win at Texas

Corey Patterson bunted home the
tiebreaking run in the ninth inning and the Toronto Blue Jays won
their first series in three weeks with a 5-2 victory over the AL
West-leading Texas Rangers on Thursday.
Patterson dragged a bunt to the right side that was fielded by
Darren Oliver (1-2) with nobody covering first base. Patterson got
credited with a single and John McDonald, who held at third base
until the ball was safely in play, scored the go-ahead run.
The Blue Jays, who took three of four games in the series, then
added two more runs after Texas made two errors on the same play.
Adam Lind homered again for Toronto, his third in the series.