Jose Bautista seems to be finding his stride and so too is Drew Hutchison.

The Blue Jays rookie right-hander, their fifth starter in the rotation, turned in a solid six innings of work Saturday night as he picked up his second win of the season in the Jays 2-1 victory over the Minnesota Twins.

Bautista, meanwhile, who hits balls out of Target Field as easily as if they were sitting on a tee, snapped a 1-1 tie in the sixth with his third solo shot in the past two games. It came with two out and on a full count and it took the slugger a couple of minutes to round the bases.

His line shot off P.J. Walters zipped over the fence and the Budweiser sign in left field, then hit the flower box and railing before caroming back on to the field of play.

The umpires originally ruled the hit a double, huddled briefly, then descended into the bowels of the stadium for the review. Out they popped made the circle the wagons sign and Bautista trotted home with his eighth homer of the campaign.