SAN DIEGO -- Robbie Erlin won his first major league start after being called up to help a depleted staff, Everth Cabrera had three hits and two RBIs, and the San Diego Padres beat the Toronto Blue Jays 4-3 for the second time Saturday.
Erlin (1-0) was recalled from Triple-A Tucson because scheduled starter Clayton Richard was forced to pitch two innings in relief in the Padres' 17-inning, 4-3 win that began Friday night and ended early Saturday.
Erlin, a left-hander, made two appearances in his previous stint with San Diego earlier this season, but started for the first time and allowed two runs over 6 2/3 innings. He gave up eight hits and struck out four while not issuing a walk.
San Diego opened the second inning with three consecutive hits that evened the score 1-all against Toronto starter Mark Buehrle. Cabrera reached on an infield single that Buehrle fielded and threw wide past first base as two more runs scored.
Buehrle (2-4) allowed four runs -- three earned -- and a season-high 10 hits over six innings. He struck out two and walked one.
Luke Gregerson allowed a run in the ninth but converted his first save in two opportunities. Gregerson filled in for closer Huston Street, who earlier in the day was placed on the 15-day disabled list with a strained left calf muscle.
Buehrle has not allowed a home run in five straight starts after giving up 11 homers in his first seven games. ... Richard will start Tuesday in Los Angeles. . RHP Ramon Ortiz (1-2, 5.01) will start on Sunday for Toronto after being recalled prior to Saturday's game when Brandon Morrow was placed on the DL with a forearm strain. . RHP Edinson Volquez (4-5, 5.20) starts for San Diego on in the series finale on Sunday.
As Toronto looks to add a left-hander to upgrade its bullpen, the Jays are reportedly interested in former Red Sox reliever Robbie Ross Jr.
Baltimore is reportedly eyeing the right-hander, who became a free agent after declining a qualifying offer from the Rays.
Arizona reportedly isn't ruling out a reunion with its closer from last season.
Coming off a career year, the Chicago outfielder is reportedly garnering trade interest from the A's.
San Francisco reportedly has "had discussions" about signing the veteran slugger, but it's unclear if the team has met with agent Scott Boras.
The Oakland Athletics have hired former San Francisco Giants star Matt Williams as their new third base coach. Williams most recently managed the Washington Nationals for two seasons in 2014-15.