OAKLAND -- Khris Davis homered among his three hits, Matt Olson had two RBIs and the Oakland Athletics beat the Toronto Blue Jays 602 on Tuesday night.
Mark Canha doubled twice and stole home and Marcus Semien added two hits.
Bob Melvin celebrated his 600th win as manager of the A's _ tied for third-most in franchise history behind Connie Mack (3,582) and Tony LaRussa (798).
Oakland moved within one game of Seattle for the second wild card. The A's are 29-10 since June 16, the best record in baseball.
Despite being in the thick of a playoff race, Oakland stayed quiet as the trade deadline passed. There were reports early in the day linking the A's to a trade with Detroit but nothing materialized.
Justin Smoak homered for Toronto. The Blue Jays have lost six of eight.
Trevor Cahill (3-2) overcame an uneven night and allowed two runs in six innings. The right-hander has won consecutive starts for the first time since May 2017.
Yusmeiro Petit, Jeurys Familia and Blake Treinen retired three batters apiece to complete the six-hitter.
Olson's two-run single off Sam Gaviglio (2-4) in the first put the A's up 2-1.
After Davis hit his 29th homer leading off the third, Canha and Semien pulled off a double steal with Canha sliding into home to beat the throw from second baseman Devon Travis.