The Blue Jays, whose torrid start was one of baseball's early surprises, have hit the skids, dropping six straight games to fall out of first place in the American League East. They have been outscored 30-10 during the losing streak after entering their current nine-game road trip as the highest-scoring team in the major leagues. Second baseman Aaron Hill continues to swing the bat well with an eight-game hitting streak and two hits or more in four of his past eight games. Toronto, which is starting to get healthier, will get Ricky Romero back from the disabled list to start Tuesday. Casey Janssen has also returned to the rotation after spending the first part of the season on the DL. The Blue Jays swept the Orioles in a three-game series in early May at Rogers Centre.