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TORONTO -- The Toronto Blue Jays bullpen has struggled mightily over the last week. C.J. McCollum Jersey . There was a massive meltdown in Minnesota on April 17 and another blown opportunity a few days later in Cleveland. The Toronto relievers took it on the chin again Thursday as the Baltimore Orioles turned a close game into an 11-4 rout at Rogers Centre. The Blue Jays wasted a quality six-inning effort by Drew Hutchison and fell back to the .500 mark by losing the rubber game of three-game series. Baltimore scored five runs in the seventh inning and added four more in the eighth for the blowout win. "Theres going to be some blips every now and then," said Toronto manager John Gibbons. "I still think our bullpen stacks up as good as anybody out there." Several relievers had blips on this night. Neil Wagner lasted just one out before being pulled. Brett Cecil (0-1) didnt even manage an out, allowing four earned runs, two walks and two hits. Esmil Rogers worked the rest of the seventh inning and pitched the eighth, giving up three earned runs and five hits. "Its only April, youre not going to be perfect every time," Cecil said. "I didnt feel like I had a good feel for anything. I was pulling my cutters, my curveballs were up and not as sharp." Jonathan Schoop homered and David Lough had three of the Orioles 14 hits. Bud Norris (1-2) allowed five hits, three earned runs and a walk over six innings for Baltimore (11-10). Nelson Cruz scored twice and drove in two runs while Chris Davis and Adam Jones had three RBIs apiece. "We know these guys are going to score runs whether its early or late," Norris said. Toronto (11-11) did most of its damage in the second inning. Dioner Navarro put the Blue Jays on the board with a solo shot for his first homer of the season. Juan Francisco followed with a single and scored when Colby Rasmus belted a two-run blast. Baltimore had some chances early on but Hutchison was locating his fastball on both sides of the plate to keep the Orioles at bay. The 23-year-old right-hander had nine strikeouts for the second straight game. "I dont go out there trying to strike people out, I go out there trying to command the ball and attack the strike zone," Hutchison said. "And when you get ahead of guys, you put them away. Thats all that is." The Orioles finally got to Hutchison in the fifth when Schoop opened the frame with a solo homer. Lough reached on a walk, stole second, moved to third on a sacrifice fly and scored on a Davis single. Hutchison struck out Jones to get out of the frame with the lead intact. "Hutch gave us that big start we were looking for, we just couldnt take advantage of it," Gibbons said. "Then the game got away late there." The Toronto bullpen also struggled in a 10-8 loss to the Orioles a night earlier. It was the first time Baltimore has scored 10 runs or more in back-to-back games since August 2008. "We can string some hits together and get the home run any time," Jones said. "Our lineup is scary and its fun to see it click the last couple of nights." Norris settled down after his rough second inning. He faced the minimum 11 batters until hitting Encarnacion with a pitch in the sixth inning. After the game, Gibbons said he wasnt worried about his bullpen, which had a strong season last year before fading late in the campaign. This seasons low point came in a 9-5 loss to the Twins a week earlier. In that game, Minnesota scored three straight runs on wild pitches by Torontos Sergio Santos and the bullpen issued a team-record eight walks in one inning. The struggles continued against the Orioles and things dont get easier with the reigning World Series champion Boston Red Sox in town for a weekend series. "Its still a good bullpen," Gibbons said. "(The Orioles) found a couple holes, but they kept the pressure on us all night." Notes: Cecils season-opening streak of 8 2-3 consecutive scoreless innings came to an end. ... The Blue Jays challenged a hit batsman call in the eighth inning. After a review of almost two minutes, the call stood. ... Left-hander Mark Buehrle (4-0) is scheduled to start Friday night against Bostons Jake Peavy (0-0). ... Toronto fell to 4-5 at Rogers Centre this season. ... Blue Jays slugger Jose Bautista had an RBI single in the eighth inning and has now reached base in all 22 games this season. ... Announced attendance was 16,283. ... The game took two hours 54 minutes to play. Cheap Blazers Jerseys Authentic .com) - The collective hearts of Chicago Bulls fans sank on Friday night when Derrick Rose went down with a leg injury against the Cleveland Cavaliers. Clyde Drexler Jersey . 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Riley Stadel, Colten Martin and Ryan Olsen supplied the scoring for the Rockets. Corbin Boes made 30 saves for the Winterhawwks while Cooke turned away 61 shots for Kelowna. Moe Harkless Jersey. Portland will host Game 4 of the Western Conference final on Wednesday. --- TIGERS 2 OIL KINGS 1 MEDICINE HAT, Alta. -- Marek Langhamer stopped 43 shots, including all 14 his way in the third period, as the Tigers hung on to beat Edmonton in Game 3. Tommy Vannelli put the Tigers on the board at 6:25 of the first period while Dylan Bredo scored what turned out to be the winner at 17:22 of the second. Curtis Lazar opened the scoring for the Oil Kings, who lead the best-of-seven Eastern Conference final 2-1. Edmontons Tristan Jarry turned away 19-of-21 shots in defeat. 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