A day after a ninth-inning collapse, Blue Jays manager John Farrell is once again forced to rethink who will fill the closer role.

Frank Francisco, who converted his club-leading 10th save Monday in Boston before getting shelled in Thursday's series opener here, is going to be given an opportunity to get more innings that are "not in a do-or-die situation," Farrell said.

While that doesn't mean Francisco won't get any chances for a save, Farrell said he'll look to both Jon Rauch and Octavio Dotel for more of those opportunities.