Adam Lind and Lyle Overbay hit solo home runs and host Toronto gave Kansas City ace Zack Greinke a rare pounding with last night's 9-3 win.

Rod Barajas added a two-run shot for the Blue Jays, who boosted Greinke's ERA from 1.10 to 1.55.

Seeking to join Toronto's Roy Halladay as the only nine-game winners in baseball, Greinke (8-2) was instead tagged for a season-high seven runs - five earned - and nine hits in five innings. He walked one and struck out three. The righthander dropped to 1-4 with a 7.07 ERA in his career at Rogers Centre.

Overbay extended his hitting streak to 11 games when he lined a one-out drive to center in the second, snapping Greinke's streak of 111 innings without allowing a home run. The last player to homer off Greinke was Oakland's Daric Barton on Sept. 2.

Greinke allowed four runs - three earned - in a 7-4 loss to the Chicago White Sox on Sunday and has won just one of his past four starts after winning seven of his first eight.

The Blue Jays jumped on Greinke early. Marco Scutaro doubled and scored on a two-out single by Vernon Wells in the first, Overbay homered in the second and the Blue Jays piled on with a four-run third.

Alex Rios hit an RBI double and later scored on Tony Pena's throwing error, with Overbay capping the rally with a two-run double off the base of the wall in right. Lind made it 7-0 with a one-out homer to left in the fifth.

In other games:

* At Detroit, Juan Rivera's ninth-inning single broke a scoreless tie, saving a stellar outing from Ervin Santana (1-2) and sending the Los Angeles Angels to a 2-1 victory over the Tigers.

* At Oakland, Jack Cust and Matt Holiday each hit three-run homers, Dallas Braden (5-5) matched his career high of seven strikeouts, and the Athletics beat Baltimore, 9-1.

* At Chicago, Carl Pavano (6-4) pitched a three-hitter for his fifth career shutout and Mark DeRosa hit a three-run homer, leading Cleveland to a 6-0 win over the White Sox.

* At Boston, Kevin Millwood (5-4) held Boston scoreless for seven innings, Ian Kinsler hit a three-run homer and Texas ended an eight-game losing streak in Fenway Park with a 5-1 victory over the Red Sox.

* At New York, Tampa Bay's game with the Yankees was postponed because of rain, pushing back an intriguing pitching matchup: David Price vs. CC Sabathia. No makeup date was announced.

Noteworthy

* Cleveland activated designated hitter Travis Hafner from the disabled list and optioned struggling righthander Fausto Carmona to the Arizona Rookie League. Carmona is 2-6 with a 7.42 ERA this year. *