(Baltimore, MD)  --  Baltimore first baseman Chris Davis crushed his Major League-leading 37th home run of the season in the Orioles' 7-4 win over the Toronto Blue Jays on Sunday at Camden Yards.  Davis went deep for the fourth consecutive game to tie the AL record for homers before the All-Star break set by Reggie Jackson in 1969.  He drove in four runs to push his RBI total to 93 on the season, which is second in the majors.  Davis joins Detroit's Miguel Cabrera as the only players in MLB history to hit at least 30 homers and knock in 90-or-more runs before the All-Star break.  Cabrera ended the first half with 30 homers and 95 RBI.