Bernie Williams and Jorge Posada knocked out the Toronto Blue Jays with a left-right combination.

Williams and Posada each homered from both sides of the plate in the New York Yankees' 10-7 victory in Toronto on Sunday.The Elias Sports Bureau said it appears to be the first time two players have homered from both sides of the plate in a game.

Williams hit a two-run homer from the left side in the first inning and a three-run shot from the right side in the fourth.

When he returned to the dugout in the fourth, Williams said to Posada, "Why don't you do it, too."

After Tino Martinez singled, Posada, who homered left-handed in the second, hit the first pitch he saw for a towering homer.

"After he came back to the dugout, he said, 'Me, too!"' Williams said. "It's one of those things that you look back on when you retire and say, 'Man guys have been playing this game for a long time and that's the first time that's happened.' "

Williams has homered from both sides four times in the regular season and twice in the playoffs. Posada has done it three times.

"Most of your switch-hitters aren't power guys, so when you get two guys on one team do it, you know it's going to be some kind of record," Yankees manager Joe Torre said.

The Yankees, who lost the first two games of the three-game series, ended Toronto's four-game winning streak.

The Yankees scored seven runs with two outs in the fourth to take a 10-3 lead. Reliever Clayton Andrews (0-1) gave up six consecutive hits during the inning.

Toronto hit three homers off Orlando Hernandez (4-0) in the sixth to make it 10-7. Carlos Delgado hit a leadoff homer, Darrin Fletcher had a two-run shot and Marty Cordova followed with a solo shot. Hernandez also allowed Jose Cruz Jr.'s homer in the first.

ATHLETICS 3, ORIOLES 2: Pinch-hitter Olmedo Saenz hit an RBI single in the bottom of the 11th inning as Oakland beat Baltimore, snapping the Orioles' six-game winning streak.

MARINERS 8, ROYALS 5: John Olerud hit a three-run homer in the bottom of the ninth inning as Seattle handed Kansas City its ninth straight loss.

WHITE SOX 9, TIGERS 4: Magglio Ordonez homered and drove in four runs, coming within a single of the cycle, as Chicago beat visiting Detroit.

TWINS 5, RANGERS 4: Brad Radke (2-2) pitched eight strong innings as Minnesota won in Texas, the Twins' fifth victory in six games.

DEVIL RAYS 1, ANGELS 0: Dave Eiland (1-0) threw six shutout innings in his first start of the season as Tampa Bay beat visiting Anaheim.

Yankees 10

Blue Jays 7