Byline: Rick Hummel
ST. LOUIS _ The lights didn't stay off quite long enough at Busch Stadium on Friday night to deter the major leagues' leading run home run hitter, Toronto's Jose Bautista, from his appointed rounds.
For the second time this month, a bank of lights on the roof of the stadium between home plate and first went out, stopping play for 13 minutes before Cardinals reliever Fernando Salas threw his initial pitch of the ninth inning.
Salas, after warming up again, retired the first hitter he faced, but then Bautista, who had had only two homers in his last 23 games, cracked his 23rd of the season into the Cardinals' bullpen in right center and the Blue Jays had a 5-4 victory.
On June 1, a game between the Cardinals and San Francisco Giants had to be stopped in the bottom of the 11th inning by a faulty circuit breaker …