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Brewers Win, Ruin Toronto’s Home Opener

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Brewers Win, Ruin Toronto's Home Opener

(Toronto, ON)  —  The Milwaukee Brewers ruin Toronto’s home opener with a 4-3 victory on Tuesday night. Wily Peralta struck out seven in six innings to improve to 2-0, and Neftali Feliz earned his second save while throwing a fastball close to 101 miles per hour. The Brewers never trailed, as Keon Broxton homered and Domingo Santana drove in a run to go up 2-0 in the first inning — and Santana homered later as he and Broxton ended a combined three for 39 slump by going four for nine Tuesday night while driving in three. Blue Jays’ starter J-A (Jay) Happ took the loss, giving up all four Milwaukee runs on nine hits in four and two thirds’ frames as Toronto dropped to 1-6 — its worst start in team history. Troy Tulowitzki doubled and drove in three runs for the Jays, who will close out their two game Interleague series with the Brewers tonight.

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