Kawasaki fell behind in the count but came up with the clutch hit Toronto's struggling offense has needed. The bottom of the Blue Jays' batting order did almost all of the damage as Munenori Kawasaki and Emilio Bonifacio recorded a pair of clutch singles to secure a 5-4 victory over the Indians at Progressive Field. "They were able to make the chance for the RBI opportunity," Kawasaki said through a translator. "I just tried to connect." "Great ballgame, it really was," Blue Jays manager John Gibbons said. Casey Janssen, who had recorded 17 of 18 save opportunities, allowed two runs in the ninth before Steve Delabar retired Michael Brantley on a fly ball for his first major league save.