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TORONTO -- This time when the Toronto Argonauts mounted their rally, H

TORONTO -- This time when the Toronto Argonauts mounted their rally, Henry Burris and the Hamilton Tiger-Cats had an effective answer. Drew Pomeranz Jersey . Burris threw two TD passes, including a key 15-yard fourth-quarter strike to Bakari Grant that effectively countered a Toronto comeback bid and led Hamilton to a 33-19 victory. Toronto (9-5) had won its previous four games -- all on the road -- and each time rallied for the victory. After falling behind 22-6 at halftime, the Argos showed their resiliency, pulling to within 23-19 early in the fourth. But Burris responded with an eight-play, 75-yard drive he capped by finding an open Grant for a 30-19 Hamilton lead before 28,467 spectators with the Rogers Centre roof closed. It was Torontos second-largest crowd of the season behind the 29,852 that watched the defending Grey Cup champions open their season by overcoming a nine-point deficit to down the Ticats 39-34. Burris then took Hamilton 49 yards on 11 plays as Brett Lauthers 29-yard field goal at 14:44 cemented the win. Burris finished 19-of-31 passing for 274 yards with the two TDs and an interception as the Ticats (7-7) bounced back from last weekends dismal 35-11 home loss to Calgary. "We were embarrassed last week," Burris said. "That was huge for us to be able to get those drives going and move the ball downfield, especially in the fourth quarter where theyve been known to be the kings in the fourth quarter. "It was good to see us be that team in the fourth quarter. Thats an area weve struggled in, especially against the great teams in terms of closing out wins. It was good to see us come out and seal the deal." Toronto (9-5) suffered its second straight home loss. The Argos made their first Rogers Centre appearance since a 20-9 setback to Montreal on Sept. 3, the contest after starter Ricky Ray suffered a shoulder injury in a home defeat to Calgary. Ray returned to the lineup as the No. 3 quarterback behind starter Zach Collaros and backup Trevor Harris. Collaros was 21-of-32 passing for 277 yards, no TDs and one interception. Hamilton pulled to within four points of front-running Toronto in the East Division standings, with the two rivals capping their home-and-home series Oct. 14 at Alumni Stadium in Guelph, Ont. Ticats linebacker Brandon Isaac made his first appearance against the Argos after being released by them earlier this season. Isaac was a thorn in the side of his former team, registering two sacks and five tackles. An emotional and vocal player on the field, Isaac said Thursday he was looking forward to talking smack with his former teammates but resisted that temptation on the field. "I thought about it and I didnt want to be a butt hole," he said. "I just wanted to show my professionalism that its bigger than me. "They made a decision, theyve got to live with that decision as well as I did. It was a tough pill to swallow however with this win Im over it. I can move forward and move in a direction with this organization. However, it was also apparent the pain of being released still lingers within Isaac. "I felt kind of betrayed, I felt really let down," Isaac said. "I felt like if they had a problem with me they couldve come and addressed me and I wouldve done my best to do better but I wasnt given that opportunity. "I was let go to the wolves and Hamilton took me in and we were able to come in and win a big game. I was given an opportunity that allowed me to do what I do. Im a blitzing linebacker . . . I know how to do that and I was able to make plays for this team." After a dismal opening half, Toronto opened the third with a smart nine-play, 80-yard march that culminated with Swayze Waters nine-yard field goal. The Argos then got the ball at the Hamilton one-yard line when Curtis Steele blocked Josh Bartels punt that Marcus Ball recovered. Collaross one-yard TD run at 6:37 cut the Ticats lead to 22-16. After Lauthers single off a missed 42-yard field goal try, Waters pulled Toronto to within 23-19 with a 42-yard boot at 4:05 of the fourth. But the Argos also didnt help themselves with eight second-half penalties for 80 yards. Overall, they were flagged 12 times for 110 yards. "Just a sloppy performance," Toronto head coach Scott Milanovich said. "We were undisciplined in terms of penalties, there was certainly a lot more on our guys." Collaros, who dropped to 4-2 as Torontos starter since Rays injury, said Hamiltons defence featured many different wrinkles the Argos werent expecting. "They showed a lot of things we didnt see on film . . . they did a good job of mixing up coverages and looks," Collaros said. "You cant win with field goals, especially against a good team like Hamilton." Milanovich was non-commital when asked if Ray would play in the rematch. "Its still to be determined," he said. "Id like to see him get a little bit better. "Great if its next week (when Ray returns) but Zach has done a great job. He didnt lose us the game tonight." Hamilton tied the season series with Toronto at 1-1. Burris planned to savour the victory but said it really wont mean much if the Ticats cant sweep the home-and-home set in Guelph. "We havent won back-to-back games this season and if theres any time we need to do that its right now," he said. "This is a great test for us at the right time and if we really want it, heres our opportunity." But Ticats head coach Kent Austin said Fridays win could be an important one heading down the stretch. "Its just a real testament to the guys digging in and wanting to be good and not letting this game slip away," he said. Luke Tasker, C.J Gable and Dan LeFevour had Hamiltons touchdowns. Lauther booted the converts, a field goal and single while Bartel also had a single. Waters kicked four field goals and a convert for the Argos. NOTES -- Burris moved past the late Ron Lancaster into fourth in all-time passing yards with a 34-yard completion to Dobson Collins in the first . . . Toronto receiver John Chiles, who has a team-high eight TD grabs, didnt play due to a cut on his hand that required 10 stitches to close. But receiver Chad Owens, the CFLs outstanding player last year, returned to the lineup after missing four games with a rib injury . . . Special-teams standout Marc Beswick was among Hamiltons pre-game scratches. Receiver Romby Bryant was one of Torontos four scratches . . . Isaac, offensive lineman Joel Reinders and defensive back Evan McCullough all earned Grey Cup rings with Toronto last season but are all now Ticats . . . Hamilton offensive lineman Tim ONeill appeared in his 100th CFL game. Carson Smith Jersey . LOUIS -- To stay a step ahead of goaltenders, T. David Ortiz Jersey .ca looks back at the stories and moments that made the year memorable. http://www.cheapredsoxjerseys.com/?tag= … nez-jersey . Calgary finished atop the CFL standings with a 14-4 record and earned the right to host the West Division final at McMahon Stadium on Nov. DUNEDIN, Fla. -- Brandon Morrow allowed five runs and six hits over three innings in the Toronto Blue Jays 6-4 loss Wednesday to the Pittsburgh Pirates. Morrow was making his second appearance since a season-ending forearm injury last May. On Feb. 28, the right-hander gave up two hits and one run in two relief innings. "The important thing, I felt good again," Morrow said. "Forearm is feeling really good. I felt loose again. I felt good with my breaking stuff. Fastball command kind of put me in a hole a couple times." Morrow struck out two, walked one, hit a batter and threw a wild pitch. "Hes big," Blue Jays manager John Gibbons said. "In a lot of ways hes probably the most important guy, because we expected a lot out of him last year. Hes got as good an arm as anybody. When hes on, when hes healthy, hes been a good big league pitcher. If he can fill that void, bounce back and have a full season out there where he doesnt go on the DL and you get his 30-plus starts, that will be big for us." Travis Snider had a first-inning RBI single and a two-run homer in the third off Morrow. Snider spent time on the disabled list last season with a left big toe injury. "Travis worked extremely hard this winter," Pittsburgh manager Clint Hurdle said. "Hes moving so much better. Now thats he healthy and physically ready to go, well see where he can take us." Edwin Encarnacion had a two-run double for the Blue Jays. STARTING TIME Blue Jays: Mark Buehrle will go against Pitttsburghs Gerrit Cole when the two teams play again Thursday in Bradenton. Carl Yastrzemski Jersey. Pirates: Jeff Locke was scratched from his start because of right side tightness. The Pirates believe the injury is a minor one. Locke gave up one hit in two scoreless innings last Thursday against the New York Yankees. The left-hander won eight straight starts in the first half of last season and made the NL All-Star team. But, he went 2-5 with a 6.12 ERA over his final 12 starts and was shut down in September. Jay Jackson, who filled in for Locke, gave up one hit in two scoreless innings. The 26-year old right-hander, signed to a minor league contract in December, pitched at Double-A and Triple-A for Miami last year. Pittsburgh starters have not allowed an earned run in five consecutive games, a span of 10 innings. TRAINERS ROOM Blue Jays: Closer Casey Janssen, out with a sore right shoulder, played catch for the second straight day. Outfielder Colby Rasmus sat out his fourth consecutive game due to a stiff neck. 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