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BOSTON -- Jose Bautista looks comfortable in the No. Air Max 1 France Pas Cher . 2 slot in the Toronto Blue Jays batting order. Bautista hit two of Torontos five home runs, and the Blue Jays beat the Boston Red Sox 12-4 Sunday to take two of three in the weekend series. "You get three or four runs ahead," Bautista said, "thats when some guys come out and are able to take some big hacks and we get the types of results we got today." Bautista batted second for the second straight day after hitting in his usual No. 3 slot through his first 31 games. He went 2 for 3 with a walk Sunday and is 4 for 7 with two homers and a pair of walks batting second. Different spot. Same approach. "Pitchers know who I am, and I know who they are, and I know how theyre going to try to get me out," he said. "If they execute, they get me out, and if I execute, Im probably going to hit a ball hard somewhere." Bautista hit 54 homers in 2010 and 43 a year later, then dropped to 27 last season as a wrist injury caused him to miss 70 of the final 72 games. He entered Sundays game hitting just .236 with seven home runs. "Hell get on his rolls," Toronto manager John Gibbons said. "When its all said and done, hes going to have a great year for us. Maybe this is the start of something? Well find out." Emilio Bonifacio, Edwin Encarnacion and Brett Lawrie also homered for the Blue Jays, who have won just seven of their last 20 and are last in the AL East at 15-24. They finished a 4-3 trip. "Its a great way to bounce back because we were playing pretty bad," Bautista said. "Its good to just be playing good baseball. Were playing way better baseball than when we were struggling and thats a bright spot for sure." Chad Jenkins (1-0) got his second major league win and first since Oct. 2, allowing two runs and seven hits in five innings-plus. It was just the fourth big league start and 14th appearance for Jenkins, who missed most of spring training and the start of the season with shoulder inflammation. "To see the guys come out and put up that kind of run support, it really makes it easier on me, knowing Ive got a little bit of wiggle room to work with," Jenkins said. "Last night we got clutch hits, and then today they were just pounding balls left and right, and that was awesome to watch." Mike Napoli and Pedro Ciriaco homered for Boston, which has lost eight of 10 following a 20-8 start under new manager John Farrell. "I know its a cliche, but things are evening out," Farrell said. Ryan Dempster (2-4) gave up six runs and seven hits -- including three homers -- in five innings, his shortest start this season. The British Columbia native had been 6-0 against Toronto and Montreal in his big league career. Bostons Shane Victorino crashed into right-field wall in the fourth while catching Colby Rasmus drive and fell to the ground, writhing in pain. After being attended to by team personnel, Victorino remained in the game but left after the sixth inning and was taken to a hospital for further evaluation. "Oh man," said Toronto reliever Darren Oliver, who was in the bullpen at the time. "He hit that wall hard." Munenori Kawasaki hit a two-run single in the second, and Bautista sent Dempsters first pitch of the third into the seats above the Green Monster in left. "Im sure he didnt want to throw it in that spot," Bautista said of Dempsters fastball. "He was painting away on me all game long, and that ball crept up to where I like it more -- over the heart of the plate, middle in -- and I was able to connect." Bonifacio hit a two-run homer in the fourth for a 5-0 lead, his first home run since last July 23 for Miami. Napoli led off the fourth with his seventh homer, and Encarnacion homered in the fifth to make it 6-1. Lawrie homered off Andrew Miller leading off the sixth and Bautista hit a two-run drive off Clayton Mortensen later in the inning for a 10-1 lead, Bautistas ninth homer this year. He has 18 career multihomer games. "He left it up in the zone where offspeed pitches get punished," Bautista said, "and I was able to connect on that as well." Ciriaco opened the eighth with his first home run since Aug. 26. "I think weve got a number of guys dealing with frustration right now," Farrell said. "The key for us is maintaining our level of preparation and our work routine. Those are the two things that we can control. I know with the attitude of this group, were going to continue to work, but were getting tested right now. Theres no question about it." NOTES: Red Sox DH David Ortiz had a scheduled day off after playing in 19 games since returning from an injury April 20. He is in a 1-for-17 slump after hitting .414 with four homers and 17 RBIs through his first 15 games. ... Bautista has reached safely in 18 of his last 19 games. ... Farrell said RHP Andrew Bailey, on the DL with a right biceps strain, likely will throw off a mound Tuesday and the team then will decide whether he will require a rehab stint. ... Boston C David Ross was placed on the seven-day concussion DL. The team recalled C Ryan Lavarnway from Triple-A Pawtucket. ... Ciriaco entered as a defensive replacement in the seventh, making his first big league appearance at first base. Air Max 1 Pas Cher . If ever they start actually putting pictures beside words in the dictionary, the Blue Jays left-handers mug will appear beside “Consistency. Air Max 1 Soldes . Wilson hit Schenn from behind during Tuesday nights game in Philadelphia, earning a five-minute major for charging and a game misconduct. 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