Trailing 8-0 on the road after two innings did not discourage the Toronto Blue Jays one bit, as they pulled off an epic comeback to defeat the Cincinnati Reds 14-9 on Friday.After a scoreless first inning and a half, the Reds’ bats came alive, producing eight runs in the bottom of the second. After a leadoff single by right fielder Jay Bruce, catcher Devin Morasco got the scoring started with a homer to left field. Left fielder Skip Schumaker and shortstop Zack Cozart followed with a pair of singles. Pitcher Mat Latos drove in Schumaker with an RBI ground out. Cozart came home on a double by center fielder Billy Hamilton.After a lineout and a walk, second baseman Brandon Phillips brought in two runs with a base hit to center. With Cincinnati batting around, Bruce came up again, and this time he smacked a home run to center field for the final two runs of the innings. Morasco then struck out to end the rally.