TORONTO -- The Baltimore Orioles are bashing home runs at an impressive rate right now.
"When we got a ball over the plate it seemed like we didn't miss it," said Baltimore's Nick Markakis, who had three hits and three RBIs.
The Orioles have hit at least three homers in each of the past four games, their first such streak since a five-game run in August 1996.
That year, the Orioles finished with eight double-digit home run hitters and set a baseball record with 257 homers.
While this Baltimore squad might not be on pace to match those lofty marks, there's still plenty of power.
"They didn't miss anything," Toronto manager John Gibbons said.
The teams combined for 33 hits, 16 by Baltimore and 17 by Toronto.
"It was pinball out there tonight," Gibbons said.
Chris Tillman (4-2) allowed three runs and a season-high 10 hits in five innings to win for the fourth time in six starts. He walked none and matched a season high with seven strikeouts.
"The key was Tillman not walking anybody," said Baltimore manager Buck Showalter. "You've got to make them earn it."
The Orioles walked eight batters in Thursday's 12-6 loss.
Toronto lost for the first time this season when scoring five runs or more, falling to 15-1 in those games. The Blue Jays set a dubious franchise record by allowing the first three batters of an inning to reach safely in three consecutive frames, doing so in the first, second and third.
Toronto catcher J.P. Arencibia was the only starter on either side who didn't reach safely via a hit or walk. He went 0 for 5 with three strikeouts.
Blue Jays left-hander Sean Nolin was hit hard in his major league debut, allowing six runs and seven hits in 1 1/3 innings. Called up from Double-A to face the Orioles, Nolin (0-1) suffered his first loss since Aug. 27, 2011, when he was pitching for Class A Lansing.
"Definitely not the way I envisioned it," a red-eyed Nolin said. "I think I just had too much energy going. I kind of felt like I already threw a few innings, kind of wasted some gas without doing anything."
Gibbons agreed that Nolin didn't seem to have his best stuff.
"It was a tough go for him, no question," Gibbons said. "Arencibia told me everything was kind of flat, flat in the zone."
Optioned back to the minors after the game, Nolin put his team in a hole before recording his first out. After singles by Markakis and Manny Machado, Hardy hit a three-run drive to left, his ninth.
Cabrera got one run back with his first career leadoff homer and second of the season in the bottom half, but the Orioles chased Nolin with three more in the third. A double, a walk and a single loaded the bases for Markakis, who cleared them with a double.
Lawrie led off the bottom of the second with his fifth home run and Colby Rasmus doubled and scored on Emilio Bonifacio's single, but the Orioles added to their lead in the fourth against Ramon Ortiz.
Davis led off with a second deck homer, his third in three games and fourth in five. Two batters later, Valencia hit his first homer, a two-run drive.
Jones made it 10-3 with a leadoff homer off Brad Lincoln in the sixth, but the Blue Jays scored twice against Matusz in the bottom half. Munenori Kawasaki hit an RBI double and scored on Cabrera's single.
Lind cut it to 10-6 with an opposite field homer off Hunter in the seventh, his fourth.
Lawrie was ejected by home plate umpire Dan Bellino after he was called out looking to strand runners at the corners in the third. Lawrie flipped his bat and tossed his helmet and gloves on the ground as he walked up the third base line toward his position, leading to his first ejection this season.
"I didn't do anything," Lawrie said. "I didn't say one word to him, not one, I didn't look at him one time and I'm in trouble for that."
Bellino warned Lawrie about an equipment violation before the ejection, but Lawrie said he didn't hear it over the noise of the crowd. Crew chief Wally Bell said Lawrie was ejected because for throwing his gloves "in a way that wasn't etiquette in baseball."
Gibbons was tossed for the third time when he came out to argue.
"Next time he's got to throw his gloves in the other direction, I guess," Gibbons said.
For Machado, it was his fifth straight road game with at least three hits. He's just the second player younger than 21 to do so, joining Hall of Famer Ty Cobb, who did it in 1907, according to information from the Elias Sports Bureau. ... Mark DeRosa replaced Lawrie. ... Orioles pitching prospect Dylan Bundy, who was shut down last month because of elbow pain, reported full range of motion and no pain in his arm during an examination Friday. Bundy is not yet ready to resume throwing. ... Baltimore's Jones returned to the outfield after three straight starts at DH. ... To make room on the roster for Nolin, the Blue Jays placed LHP Darren Oliver (shoulder) on the 15-day DL and moved LHP J.A. Happ (head, knee) from the 15-day DL to the 60-day DL. ... Toronto will make another move Saturday to replace Nolin.