TORONTO — With key relievers Dellin Betances and Andrew Miller unavailable, the Yankees were counting on a solid outing from starter Masahiro Tanaka. He gave them that and kept right on going. Tanaka pitched a five-hitter for his first complete game in more than a year, leading New York over the Blue Jays 4-1 Saturday. "Just an unbelievable job by Masahiro," manager Joe Girardi said. The Yankees won their third straight after a five-game skid and extended their AL East lead over Toronto to 11/2 games. The Blue Jays, coming off an 11-game winning streak, lost their second in a row to New York. Carlos Beltran, who hit a big home run Friday night at Rogers Centre, and Mark Teixeira hit solo shots."We're happy," Beltran said. "They went to our home (last weekend), and they took three out of three. Right now we have the opportunity to do that." Pitching in Toronto for the first time since his big-league debut in April 2014, Tanaka helped a taxed bullpen."My mind-set was I wanted to go as deep into the game as possible," Tanaka said through a translator. "I'm just really satisfied that I was able to do that." Toronto loaded the bases with nobody out in the fifth but managed only one run on Josh Donaldson's sacrifice fly.