NEW YORK -- Jayson Nix hit a tying homer in the seventh inning and a game-ending single in the ninth, lifting the New York Yankees to their second comeback victory over the Toronto Blue Jays on Tuesday, 3-2 in the nightcap for a doubleheader sweep.
Toronto lost slugger Jose Bautista to a sore hip early in the opener.
Cano had an RBI single in the second game and had six hits and five RBIs in the two games.
Ichiro Suzuki singled and doubled in the first game, leaving him one shy of 4,000 combined hits during his careers in Japan and the major leagues.
Darren Oliver (3-4) walked Mark Reynolds to start the ninth. Suzuki pinch ran and advanced on Eduardo Nunez's sacrifice bunt. Suzuki stole third before scoring on Nix's line drive to left that gave the Yankees their eighth win in 11 games.
The Blue Jays extended their record with an 11th straight loss in New York.
Stewart connected off Neil Wagner (2-4) in the sixth inning of the opener for his first homer since May 15 -- that's 173 homerless at-bats -- to put New York ahead.
In the opener, Cano got his 200th career home run and Ivan Nova (7-4) got the win.
INDIANS 4, ANGELS 1, 14 INNINGS
ANAHEIM, Calif. -- Drew Stubbs hit a two-run homer in the 14th inning, and Cleveland outlasted Los Angeles to gain ground in the AL playoff race.
Lonnie Chisenhall got the Indians going with a one-out single in the 14th off Joe Blanton (2-14), the Angels' seventh pitcher. Stubbs, the Indians' No. 9 hitter, was 0 for 4 with a walk before connecting for his first homer since July 4.
Michael Bourn then singled and scored from second on Blanton's throwing error for the Angels, who have lost eight of 10. Los Angeles stranded 17 runners -- 13 after the sixth inning, including two in the final frame.
Carlos Santana hit a tying homer in the seventh for the Indians, who managed just four hits in the first 12 innings.
TWINS 6, TIGERS 3
DETROIT -- Justin Morneau had a season-high four hits, including a two-run homer and a two-run double, and Glen Perkins struck out Miguel Cabrera with two on for the final out to help Minnesota hold off Detroit.
Rick Porcello (9-7) allowed five runs and seven hits over 4 1-3 innings for Detroit.
The Twins were without All-Star Joe Mauer, who was scratched from his start at first when he experienced dizziness during batting practice.
RAYS 7, ORIOLES 4
Wil Myers had two hits and two RBIs for the Rays, who moved percentage points ahead of Boston for the AL East lead.
Cobb (8-2) was making his second start since being hit in the head by a line drive on June 15. He allowed two runs, one earned, three hits and four walks in six-plus innings.
Miguel Gonzalez (8-6) gave up three runs, two earned, eight hits and four walks in 5 2-3 innings for the Orioles. The right-hander is 0-3 in five starts since July 20.
WHITE SOX 2, ROYALS 0
Danks (3-10) ended an eight-start winless streak by scattering seven hits and a walk. That the veteran left-hander's finest start of the season came against the Royals wasn't much of a surprise: Danks improved to 5-0 against them in 13 career starts.
Addison Reed worked around a leadoff single in the ninth for his 32nd save. It wrapped up the first shutout win for the last-place White Sox since a 3-0 victory against the Angels on May 17.
Gordon Beckham homered off Santana (8-7) in the first inning for the only earned run.
MARINERS 7, ATHLETICS 4
OAKLAND, Calif. -- Nick Franklin hit a home run and drove in three runs and the Mariners rallied from a four-run deficit to beat the Athletics.
Sean Doolittle (4-5) allowed hits to all four batters he faced in the eighth. Brandon Maurer (4-7) pitched a scoreless seventh to record the victory. Danny Farquhar recorded his eighth save in 11 chances with a scoreless ninth.
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