(Toronto, ON) — The Milwaukee Brewers will open their Interleague schedule tonight (Tuesday), starting a two game set at Toronto. Right hander Wily Peralta will start for the Crew against Blue Jays’ left hander J-A Happ. It’s Toronto’s home opener, and Brewers’ manager Craig Counsell says he hasn’t been to that city in 20 years — not since he played for the Florida Marlins against the Jays in August of 1997. The Brewers used to play Toronto all the time until they left the American League in 1998 — and the Crew has only been there three times since, the last time in 2014 when they got swept for two games. As a result of the team’s rebuilding, only four current Brewers were around for that series — Peralta, Ryan Braun, Matt Garza, and Jimmy Nelson.