|Toronto Blue Jays' Kelly Johnson slips under the tag of Cleveland Indians catcher Carlos Santana to score after a single by Rajai Davis in the eighth inning of a baseball game in Cleveland on Sunday, April 8, 2012. (AP Photo/Amy Sancetta)|
Santana's 2 homers help Indians top Blue Jays 4-3
Santana opened the second inning with a drive over the wall in center. He connected a second time off Joel Carreno (0-1) in the fifth, a two-run shot to right that broke a 2-all tie.
It was Santana's second career multihomer game. He other came Sept. 13 at Texas.
On his last four birthdays, including two years in the minors, Santana is 10 for 17 with five homers and 13 RBIs.
Lowe (1-0) got 15 outs on grounders and allowed two unearned runs in his Indians debut. Edwin Encarnacion had an RBI double and Brett Lawrie a sacrifice fly as Toronto tied it at 2 in the fourth.