David Price struck out a career-high 14 batters 0 victory against the Blue Jays.
Desmond Jennings went 4-for-5, hit two homers -- his first career multi-home run game -- while Sean Rodriguez had a two-run shot for the Rays, who have won the first three of this four-game set.
Price (12-11) made the offensive output count by shutting down the Blue Jays. He gave up three hits, walked two, allowed one runner reach second base and continued his recent stretch of dominance.
In his last four starts, the left-hander had given up three runs, 18 hits and nine walks in 31 innings.
Jays starter Brandon Morrow (9-9), on the other hand, allowed all three homers and five runs in the first two innings to put his team in a hole. He rebounded to pitch five innings, but took the loss as Toronto dropped its fourth consecutive game.