TORONTO -- Drew Hutchison allowed one hit in seven innings and Jose Bautista homered for the fourth straight game as the Toronto Blue Jays defeated the New York Yankees 2-0 on Saturday.

Hutchison (9-11) allowed two walks and hit two batters while striking out nine. The only hit against the right-hander was a fourth-inning double by first baseman Mark Teixeira.

Rookie right-hander Aaron Sanchez retired the side in order in the eighth and in the ninth for his first major league save.

The Blue Jays outhit the Yankees, 7-1.

Bautista, the Blue Jays right fielder, hit a two-run homer in the first inning against Yankees right-hander Michael Pineda (3-3). Pineda allowed seven hits and two runs in six-plus innings.

The Blue Jays (68-67) took a 2-0 lead in the first inning on Bautista's 28th homer of the season, a two-out shot on an 0-2 pitch that hit the facing of the second deck in left field. It scored shortstop Jose Reyes who led off the inning with a single.

The Yankees (70-64) did not have a runner until designated hitter Carlos Beltran was hit by a pitch with two out in the fourth. He took third on a double to right center by Teixeira. Hutchison hit catcher Brian McCann with a pitch to load the bases before left fielder Martin Prado flew out to center to end the threat.

The Blue Jays threatened to add to their lead in the seventh. Designated hitter Edwin Encarnacion lined a single into the hole that shortstop Derek Jeter could not handle with a backhand attempt. Catcher Dioner Navarro doubled to right to send Encarnacion to third.

Right-hander Shawn Kelley replaced Pineda. Third baseman Danny Valencia struck out, center fielder Kevin Pillar grounded out to Jeter, who was playing in to keep the runner at third. Reyes ended the inning on a fly to center.

NOTES: CF Jacoby Ellsbury (left ankle) was not in the Yankees lineup on Saturday, with LF Brett Gardner moving into center and INF Martin Prado playing left. Ellsbury, who injured the ankle sliding into home in the ninth inning on Friday, hit a two-run home run in a five-run seventh of the 6-3 New York win. It was the first home run LHP Aaron Loup has allowed to a left-handed hitter in his career, over a total of 233 at-bats. ... Blue Jays OF Kevin Pillar started his fourth straight game in center field since his recall from Triple-A Buffalo, with CF Colby Rasmus on the bench. Rasmus was used as designated hitter on Friday after missing the previous two games because of illness. ... RHP Brandon McCarthy (5-2, 1.90 ERA) will start the series finale on Sunday against Toronto LHP J.A. Happ (8-8. 4.40 ERA).