Magic Mark lives on.

Mark Buehrle — the Blue Jays’ Magic Man so far this season — twirled yet another gem on Wednesday night at the Rogers Centre against a bewildered Philadelphia Phillies team that had most of its batters scratching their heads in frustration.

It’s unusual to get all giddy about a pitching performance when a team hits three bombs in a nine-run inning as the Jays did in the seventh, but the way Buehrle has been dealing this season, he remains the star of the show.

With the victory in the Jays’ 10-0 crush job, the Jays’ fourth in a row, Buehrle moved to 6-1 on the season — the six wins tops in the American League — while the seven scoreless innings dropped his ERA to 1.91.

Nobody on the Jays really knows what’s going on here — not Buehrle and not manager John Gibbons — but nobody is digging too deep into the why so as not to jinx what the veteran lefty is producing.

By virtue of his performance to date, Buehrle has become the pack leader on the rotation, giving his team five quality starts and 47 innings to go along with the Ws.

“He’s been doing it all year,” Gibbons started off. “He kept them off-balance. He threw more curve balls than he normally does, so he had a good game plan there, made some adjustments that way.

“But he does what he typically does — keeps them off-balance, throws anything at any time and uses his defence. I don’t know if I can describe it any more than that, again.”