(New York) Vladimir Guerrero gave the Blue Jays a first-inning lead with his 11th home run in the Bronx on Friday, helping Toronto win 6-1 over the New York Yankees.

Brandon Belt hit a two-run homer and an equally effective double.

Yusei Kikuchi (3-0) allowed one run and four hits in six innings.

He is averaging 1.91 in five starts and one relief appearance at Yankee Stadium.

“It helps me a lot to be consistent in my approach,” Kikuchi said. I want to keep in mind to attack the hitters. »

Erik Swanson, Trevor Richards and Yimi García completed the work.

The opponent has added just one hit in the last three innings.

Domingo Germán (1-2) allowed four runs and five hits in six innings.

George Springer hit a double on the first pitch of the game. Two batters later, Guerrero hit his fourth long pitch of the season.

Guerrero is averaging .301 (37 for 123) in 32 games at Yankee Stadium.

“Since you were young, you’ve dreamed of playing at Yankee Stadium,” Guerrero said before the game.

“This stadium is always a place where you want to go and play and hit a long ball. That’s always my mentality when I come to play here. »

Belt hit a two-run homer in the sixth, as well as a two-run double against Albert Abreu in the eighth.

Oswaldo Cabrera hit his first homer of the season in second. The Yankees didn’t have any other players beyond first base after that.