(Toronto) Danny Jansen and Vladimir Guerrero Jr. both homered for two runs, and the Toronto Blue Jays rebounded with a 7-3 win over the Oakland Athletics on Saturday.

“They are all great. A home run is a home run, said Guerrero Jr. I am at 11 circuits at the moment. I try to take advantage of it. It’s not easy to do. This is why I try to celebrate each of my circuits. »

Brandon Belt hit a sacrifice fly and Matt Chapman added a single for an RBI the day after the Blue Jays lost 42-36 to the modest Athletics.

José Berríos (8-5) struck out eight times and allowed three runs, including two earned, six hits and two walks. Relievers Tim Mayza, Nate Pearson, Yimi Garcia and Jordan Romano combined for three scoreless innings.

“I feel pretty strong and healthy,” said Berríos, who takes fewer training sessions between starts. Sometimes you feel like you need one more day, but that’s how it is right now. We must make do. »

Seth Brown hit a solo homer for the Athletics (20-59). Ryan Noda and Tyler Wade scored with a double and a single, respectively.

Shintaro Fujinami pitched just two-thirds of an inning, allowing two runs on four hits before being replaced by Hogan Harris.

Harris allowed four runs in four and two-thirds innings of work, five hits and four walks. Austin Pruitt and Sam Long also came out of the Athletics bullpen.

Back-to-back two-day home runs may be an indication that Guerrero Jr. is coming out of a power crunch. His three-point bombshell in Friday’s 5-4 loss to the Athletics was his first at the friendly Rogers Center and ended a 16-game first baseman drought.