For the first time this year, the Milwaukee Brewers were swept in a series. Granted it was a short, two game set at Rodgers Centre, but the Toronto Blue Jays beat 'em twice, 7-4 on Wednesday afternoon as Edwin Encarnacio delivered a two out, three run walk off home run against Brandon Kintzler. The Brewers built a 4-1 lead for starter Wily Peralta as Ryan Braun went two for four with a two run triple. The Blue Jays used the long ball to tie the game with Jose Bautista going deep and ex-Brewer Juan Francisco hitting a two run shot in the bottom of the fourth. The game remained tied until the the ninth when Will Smith allowed two runners aboard. Kintzler came on and left a silder up on a 3-1 count and Encarnacio whacked his league leading 26th home deep to left. Milwaukee (51-35) has dropped three straight and saw it's division lead shrink to five and a half games over St. Louis. The Brewers have another off day Thursday and open a three game series against the Cincinnati Reds at the Great American Ballpark on the great American 4th of July holiday.
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