Yankees Fall But Remain A Half Game Behind the Rays

Hill, Snider and Buck homer, Blue Jays beat Yanks

      TORONTO (AP) – Aaron Hill hit a three-run homer, John Buck and
Travis Snider added solo drives and the Toronto Blue Jays gave
retiring manager Cito Gaston a winning send-off in his home finale,
beating the New York Yankees 8-4 Wednesday night.
      The Yankees remained a half-game behind Tampa Bay in the AL East
race.
      Alex Rodriguez homered for the Yankees, giving him 13 straight
years with 30 home runs and 100 RBIs.
      Toronto leads baseball with 247 home runs, the fifth-highest
single season total in major league history. Seattle hit a record
264 in 1997.
      
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