Holliday High School graduate Zach Stewart pitched six innings for Toronto in Monday night's makeup game in Detroit, allowing two runs for a quality start, but he did not record a decision in the Blue Jays' 4-2 loss to the Tigers.
For the second time in his three Major-League starts, Stewart pitched well enough to win, only to have the bullpen lose the game for him.
Stewart (0-1, 4.86) scatted nine hits over his six innings, striking out four and walking one.
He allowed two RBI hits to Detroit's Miguel Cabrera, a 2nd-inning double and a 3rd-inning single, to fall behind 2-0, but allowed no more as Toronto scored twice in the 4th on an RBI groundout by Jose Bautista and a solo home run by Adam Lind to tie things up.
Stewart left after six innings, having thrown 105 pitches, 64 of them for strikes.
Jason Frasor threw a scoreless 7th, but in the 8th inning Toronto reliever Marc Rzepczynski allowed a one-out single to Magglio Ordonez, then was relieved for Shawn Camp.
Camp then allowed a triple off the bat of Jhonny Peralta that just sliced away from right fielder Jose Bautista, which let pinch-runner Austin Jackson (of Denton Ryan) score the go-ahead run.
After an intentional walk to Alex Avila, Ryan Raburn beat out a double-play ball to bring in Peralta for the final margin.