TORONTO, CANADA (WHBL) - The Milwaukee Brewers snapped a four-game road winning streak when they fell at Toronto on Tuesday, 4-1. Marco Estrada did not pitch badly, despite giving up his 25th-and-26th homers of the year - both solo shots from Jose Bautista and Colby Rasmus. Estrada gave up no more than those two runs in six innings. That was the first time in seven road starts in which he held the opponents to two runs or less. Still, Estrada was saddled with the loss, dropping him to 7-5. Drew Hutchison struck out a career-high ten batters over seven innings. He improved to 6-6 on the year. Casey Janssen pitched the ninth to get his 13th save for the Blue Jays, who ended a three-game overall losing streak. The Brewers were held to just four hits. Ryan Braun drove in Milwaukee's only run with an sixth inning double. Brewers' left fielder Khris Davis strained his left shoulder while diving into second base in the seventh inning. He's listed as day-to-day. Despite two straight losses, Milwaukee still has the National League's best record at 51-34, with a six-and-a-half game edge over second-place Saint Louis in the Central Division. Cincinnati and Pittsburgh are both seven back. The Brewers and Blue Jays will close out their short two-game set today in Toronto with pregame coverage on WHBL starting at 11am. Right-hander Wily Peralta faces Blue Jays' left-hander J-A Happ.
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