The rare play added some insurance for the Blue Jays an inning after Jose Bautista's three-run homer broke the game open.
CARDINALS 5, CUBS 3: Starting pitcher Carlos Martinez had two hits and an RBI, Tommy Pham kept up his strong start to the season and St. Louis won at home.
Ryan Weber, who was called up by the Mariners from Triple-A Tacoma for the start on Saturday, left the game during the at-bat against Toronto shortstop Ryan Goins with two out in the fourth.
Mariner starter Chase De Jong pitched five innings, gave up six earned runs and struck out one.
"I thought he hung in there fine", Mariners manager Scott Servais said. "If you start saying, 'Oh, we've got to win seven out of 10, ' it gets too confusing".
"It's hard to imagine you could ever plan for anything like this".
MINUS: Weber left the clubhouse prior to the end of the game in order to be examined by a local doctor.
"He felt something in his shoulder", Servais said. According to Gibbons, he is feeling better and may be available off the bench tomorrow.
The Toronto Blue Jays finally receieved some good news on the injury front.
"I really wasn't as crisp as I'd like to have been", De Jong said.
That did not stop the Blue Jays from winning a second straight series for the first time this season on Wednesday.
Dominic Leone (1-0) got one out for the win as Toronto improved to 8-4 in May.
"Fastball middle", Vincent said. And I should've probably gone back out for another run. Manager John Gibbons and the team's medical staff wanted to test out his legs before putting him back into action. "But we made mistakes and they hit them out". "He's taking a good healthy swing".
Ezequiel Carrera hit a one-out single in the ninth off Allen (0-1), the Indians' closer, and Justin Smoak and Steve Pearce walked with two outs.
The Indians regained the lead with five runs in the third inning.
Tony Zych replaced Overton in the bottom of the sixth and allowed the seventh homer of the season by Morales with one out to tie the game, 2-2.
Jays starter Marcus Stroman went six innings - giving up eight hits and two runs, while striking out eight - but didn't pick up a decision. The right-hander struck out nine. Devon Travis then scored on a double steal - the first time a Jay had stolen home since Russell Martin on June 2, 2015 at Washington.
Pillar made the defensive play of the game - perhaps the season - in the sixth, diving on the warning track in center to catch a deep drive by Jose Ramirez and strand runners at second and third. He also had an RBI single in a three-run fourth for the AL Central leaders, who handed Cleveland its third straight loss. They learned that Hisashi Iwakuma, who was put on the disabled list Wednesday with right shoulder inflammation, will be out from four to six weeks.
Blue Jays: DH Kendrys Morales, who left Tuesday's game with a sore left hamstring, was held out of the starting lineup. Prior to that forgettable outing, he allowed three earned runs and five walks in 3.2 innings of work back on May 5 against the Tampa Bay Rays. Seattle OF Guillermo Heredia started in left field after missing the start Thursday because of visa issues entering Canada.
The Blue Jays still have a chance!
Liriano is the third member of Toronto's starting rotation to spend time on the DL this season along with J.A. Happ and Aaron Sanchez.
Right-hander Ryan Weber didn't even make it through four innings Saturday before succumbing to whatever voodoo hex is tormenting the Mariners' rotation.style="text-align: center;"