After watching Toronto Blue Jays hitters pound out 10 home runs in two games, the Milwaukee Brewers gave them a bit of their own medicine, slugging four out of Miller Park Wednesday afternoon in their 8-3 victory against the interleague visitors. The Brewers broke into the lead with a five run second inning, all the runs courtesy of the long ball. Corey Hart hit a solo shot, Martin Maldanado and Carlos Gomez each had a man aboard. The big inning wiped out the early Blue Jays lead after Edwin Encarnacion hit a solo homer against Yovani Gallardo in the top of the frame. Gallardo worked into the seventh, allowing three runs on seven hits while striking out seven to improve to 6-5 on the season. Ryan Braun capped a three for four day with a 2 run homer in the 7th, his 20th of the season. Milwaukee (32-37), picked up a game on the Cincinnati Reds in the division race and now trail the Reds by six and a half games, sitting fourth behind Pittsburgh and St. Louis. The Brewers have an off day Thursday before concluding interleague play with a weekend series against the White Sox in Chicago.
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