Starting pitching remains a problem for the Milwaukee Brewers after an 8-4 loss to Toronto Wednesday at Miller Park. Matt Garza gave up six runs in five and one third innings while allowing three solo homers to Kevin Pillar, Jose Bautista, and Devon Travis. Ryan Goins hit a grand slam for Toronto, which swept its two game series against the Crew — and Domingo Santana and Keon Broxton homered for the Brewers in their third straight loss, still with a one half game lead in the N-L Central. Garza dropped to 2-1 as the Milwaukee starters have the Majors’ seventh worst E-R-A at four-point-seven-six, and the sixth worst walks and hits for each inning pitched with one-point-four-three. Manager Craig Counsell says the starters are doing their jobs for the most part with solid run support — and the Brewers will open a four game home series tonight (Thursday) against Arizona.