The Toronto Blue Jays came back strong after being crushed by the Phillies 9-0 on Friday.

Alex Gonzalex (Left) and Vernon Wells (Right) celebrate their June 26 victory

John Buck, Aaron Hill and Alex Gonzalez homered to lead Toronto to a 5-1 win over the Philadelphia Phillies yesterday.

The Blue Jays, who entered batting an AL-worst .239, upped their major league-leading home run total to 114 with the three homers yesterday.

Right-hander Shaun Marcum pitched six solid innings, allowing one run and five hits while striking out six and walking one.

The game was the second in a series that was moved from Toronto to Philadelphia because of the G20 Summit. The Blue Jays wore their home, alternate black uniforms and batted second, while the Phillies wore their road grays.

The Jays look to take the series today as they go up against the flyers in game 3 as Toronto sends Brett Cecil to the mound against the Phillies' Jamie Moyer.

To listen to the Jays in action, tune into 1330/1210 Classic Hits Radio starting at 11 o'clock this morning.