Matt Harrison owns a poor history against Toronto and will try to change that as he gets the ball for the Rangers in Sunday's series finale at Rogers Centre.Toronto (56-64) took Friday's opener 3-2 as J.A. Happ outdueled Yu Darvish, who struck out 10. Texas (69-50) evened the series Saturday with a 2-1 victory.Roy Oswalt, starting with Ryan Dempster having been placed on the restricted list, lasted 4 2/3 innings before the Rangers bullpen finished up by not allowing a run the rest of the way.Carlos Villanueva was Saturday's hard-luck loser for the Blue Jays, allowing a two-run homer to Nelson Cruz over 6 1/3 innings.Harrison (13-7, 3.24 ERA) is 0-2 over five appearances -- four starts -- against the Blue Jays with a 12.00 ERA, his worst against any club. He allowed a season-high eight runs over 3 1/3 innings at Toronto in an 11-5 loss May 2.Yunel Escobar and J.P. Arencibia combined to go 4 for 5 with five RBIs against him in that contest. Escobar is 5 for 8 with three extra-base hits against Harrison, who won't have to worry about facing the injured Arencibia (broken right hand) -- 4 for 5 with a homer.Arencibia is one of several regulars out for Toronto, which also is without Jose Bautista (wrist), Brett Lawrie (strained right ribcage) and Adam Lind (back).The Blue Jays are an AL-worst 13-20 against left-handed starters despite beating Harrison in May.Harrison is tied for the league lead in road wins with Tampa Bay's David Price and Seattle's Jason Vargas, going 9-4 with a 3.12 ERA. He gave up one run over 6 1/3 innings Tuesday in a 3-0 road defeat to the Yankees, missing a chance to match his career-high victory total of 14 set last year.He'll be backed by a bullpen that deserved plenty of credit for Saturday's win. Joe Nathan converted his team-record 22nd straight save opportunity as the fifth reliever used by the Rangers."The bullpen has been throwing the ball really well," said right-hander Mike Adams, who has a 1.77 road ERA. "We've been keeping the boys in the game and giving us a chance to win."Texas, which improved to an AL-best 19-11 in day games, is seeking to win a series at Toronto for the first time since sweeping a two-game set April 16-17, 2008. The Rangers have captured the season series for the first time since 2006 by winning five of the first eight meetings.It may be a good time for a second day off on this road trip for second baseman Ian Kinsler, who is 0 for 18 in his last five games.Henderson Alvarez (7-10, 4.48) will face Texas for the second time after he yielded five runs over 5 2/3 innings May 26. Cruz was one of three Rangers to homer against the right-hander in an 8-7, 13-inning win for Texas.Alvarez fell to 0-3 with a 4.86 ERA in his last three outings after giving up three runs over seven innings Tuesday in a 3-2 defeat to the White Sox.Only Boston's Jon Lester has lost more home starts than Alvarez, who is 3-7 with a 4.23 ERA in 12 outings at Rogers Centre.