TORONTO -- Wei-Yin Chen's career-best winning streak came to a close against the only AL East team he's never beaten.
Drew Hutchison came within one out of his second career complete game, Jose Bautista homered and drove in three runs and the Toronto Blue Jays beat Chen and the Baltimore Orioles 5-1 on Wednesday night.
Melky Cabrera had three hits as the Blue Jays snapped a four-game losing streak and closed within four games of the AL East-leading Orioles, handed Baltimore its first loss in four games.
Chen (12-4) had won his past five starts but couldn't extend his run of success, allowing four runs and eight hits in five innings. He walked two and struck out six.
"We didn't give him much margin for error," Orioles manager Buck Showalter said.
Toronto made it tough on Chen, scoring four runs in the first two innings and driving up his pitch count with 23 total foul balls.
"I wasn't able to control the game in the first two in nings," Chen said through a translator. "I was kind of upset about it."
Hutchison, meanwhile, was in complete control. He struck out eight and allowed just one hit, a solo homer by Chris Davis in the second, to win for the second time in three starts.
Hutchison (8-9) responded to Davis' homer by setting down 22 straight batters but was replaced after Nick Markakis walked in the ninth.
"After he gave up the home run he really buckled down," Davis said of Hutchison. "We just couldn't square anything up."
Casey Janssen came on and finished it by getting Manny Machado to foul out.
Hutchison is 3-0 with a 1.13 ERA in six career starts against Baltimore.
"Me and (catcher Dioner) Navarro were on the same page pretty much every pitch tonight," Hutchison said.
Davis, who also homered in Baltimore's 9-3 win on Tuesday, went deep in back-to-back games for the first time since Aug. 12 and 13, 2013. All five Toronto runs came with two outs, and the Blue Jays collected nine two-out hits.
Blue Jays: Third baseman Brett Lawrie, who left Tuesday's game with a sore back, was held out of the lineup. Blue Jays manager John Gibbons said Lawrie's MRI results have been sent to team doctors in Florida for review. First baseman Adam Lind (right foot) will begin a rehab assignment with Toronto's Gulf Coast League team on Thursday and could rejoin the Blue Jays this weekend, Gibbons said.
Orioles: Right-hander Ubaldo Jimenez (right ankle) felt fine after throwing a 35-pitch bullpen session before the game, but Showalter wouldn't divulge when Jimenez might return to the mound. Showalter did confirm, however, that right-hander Chris Tillman will start Friday's home game against St. Louis.
Baltimore right-hander Miguel Gonzalez will try to bounce back after losing for the first time in four starts, allowing four runs in five innings against Seattle last Saturday. Blue Jays left-hander J.A. Happ will make his second start against the Orioles this season. He won in Baltimore on June 15, allowing one run over six innings.
Davis has 24 career home runs against the Blue Jays, his best total against any opponent. The Orioles slugger entered Wednesday's game with a career .668 slugging percentage against Toronto, the highest of any Blue Jays opponent (minimum 200 plate appearances). Baltimore teammate Nelson Cruz is second at .610. Davis, who batted seventh on Tuesday, moved back to the fifth slot Wednesday.
Cruz went 0 for 3 with a strikeout and has just two hits in his past 38 at bats. Cruz came in with a .438 average in four previous games at Toronto this season, where three of his seven hits have been home runs.
ONE HIT HISTORY
Baltimore was one-hit for the first time since June 18, 2012, against the New York Mets, when R.A. Dickey beat the Orioles with a shutout.