KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) _ Glendon Rusch got his first win at Kauffman Stadium and rookie Larry Sutton, Shane Mack and Mike Swenney all homered off Pat Hentgen Monday night, leading the Kansas City Royals to an 11-1 over the Toronto Blue Jays.

Rusch (1-2), who entered the game with a 12.54 ERA, allowed seven hits in eight innings. He struck out six and walked one in the longest outing by a Royals pitcher this season.

The left-hander was 0-7 in 15 previous starts at home.

Hentgen (1-1) allowed six hits and eight runs in three innings.

Mack went 3-for-4 with four RBIs and Hal Morris tied a career-high with four hits.

The Royals took a 3-0 lead in the second. After Hentgen hit Jeff King, Mack singled and Sutton followed his first homer this season, the first homer off Hentgen this season.

Kansas City added five runs in the third _ all with two outs _ to make it 8-0.

Hentgen got two groundouts before Dean Palmer singled and King walked. Mack followed with his first homer this season, and following a walk to Sutton, Sweeney hit his first homer.

The Blue Jays averted a shutout in the fourth on Jose Canseco's RBI single.

Toronto got three consecutive doubles in the seventh to score three more runs.

Notes: Roger Clemens is expected to throw on the side Tuesday and if his injured groin is OK, he'll start Friday in Toronto against the Chicago White Sox. Clemens hasn't pitched since April 7 when he left a start against Minnesota after throwing just seven pitches. ... Sutton has had three major league homers _ all three-run shots. ... Canseco was caught stealing in the fourth by Sweeney, who has thrown out four of six runners this season.