TORONTO — Jose Bautista hit a solo home run, Drew Hutchison pitched seven strong innings and the Blue Jays won their ninth straight game, beating the Athletics 4-2 on Tuesday night. Toronto starting pitchers have allowed three earned runs or fewer in 15 straight games. Hutchison pitched into the eighth. The right-hander hadn't completed seven innings since a complete-game victory over the White Sox on May 25. Hutchison is 9-1 with a 2.68 ERA in 12 home starts and 2-1 with a 9.00 ERA in 11 road outings. Hutchison left to a standing ovation after Marcus Semien's infield single to begin the eighth inning. Aaron Sanchez came on and surrendered an RBI single to Billy Burns but escaped by striking out Coco Crisp looking and getting Josh Reddick on a comebacker. When Oakland took a 1-0 lead in the first, it marked the first time Toronto had trailed since the second inning of their Aug. 5 game against Minnesota, a 44-inning stretch. Oakland wasn't in front for long. Chris Colabello opened the Blue Jays second with a double that bounced over the head of Crisp in left then scored on a throwing error by shortstop Semien. Justin Smoak followed with an RBI double, Kevin Pillar reached on Eric Sogard's fielding error and Ryan Goins made it 3-1 with a grounder.