(Toronto) Cal Raleigh hit a two-run homer in the 10th inning and the Seattle Mariners ended the Toronto Blue Jays’ six-game winning streak with a 10-8 victory on Sunday, avoiding the sweep .

The Mariners (12-16) also snapped a four-game losing streak with a win over the Blue Jays (18-10), who were playing in front of 40,158 at Rogers Centre.

Raleigh’s long ball in the extra inning was hit against reliever Zach Pop (1-1), after an out. It was his second home run of the meet.

Paul Sewald (2-0) got the win. In relief, Matt Brash singled George Springer of the Blue Jays, the team’s 14th, but he recovered for his first save of the year.

Back off the injured list with a broken right hand suffered in training camp, Taylor Trammell achieved her first career grand slam.

Mariners starting pitcher Marco Gonzales completed three innings of work. Leading 4-0, he allowed a two-run double to Matt Chapman in the first inning, as well as a three-run long ball to Bo Bichette the next inning.

The Bichette circuit, his sixth of the season, reached 460 feet. The Blue Jays scored three more runs in the third inning. The Blue Jays led 8-4 before the Mariners came back into the game and won in the 10th inning.