The Jays won two in a row by beating the Devil Rays 8-3 on Sunday. The win marks the first time that Josh Towers won this year, improving is record to 1-7. Towers was perfect to the first 10 batters he faced and only allowed three singles through the first eight frames. In the end, the righty had thrown just 76 pitches, including 55 strikes. The Jays broke through for eight runs on 15 hits, including Alex Rios' eighth home run of the season in the first inning. Rays starter Casey Fossum (1-2) gave up four runs -- three earned -- on nine hits. In the ninth inning, Toronto struck three more times -- this time against Rays reliever Chad Orvella. Bengie Molina, Shea Hillenbrand, Lyle Overbay, and Vernon Wells each had RBIs in the win.