The Milwaukee Brewers have lost two straight games for the first time in almost three weeks, after falling to Toronto 4-3 Tuesday night at Miller Park. The Brewers scored all their runs in the fifth inning, and they had no extra base hits as they were limited to five singles and five walks. Milwaukee starter Jimmy Nelson struggled after having three solid starts, as he gave up two runs in both the second and fifth frames including a two run homer to Kendrys Morales. The loss dropped Nelson to 2-3, as Danny Barnes got the win in relief for Toronto to improve to 1-2, and Roberto Osuna earned his seventh save. The Brewers still lead the National League Central division by one and one half games above both Saint Louis and the Chicago Cubs — and the Crew will close out their short Interleague series with the Blue Jays this (Wednesday) afternoon.