Milwaukee Brewers’ reliever Oliver Drake balks home the decisive run in the seventh inning of a 5-4 loss at Minnesota Monday night. Eddie Rosario, the runner at third, baited Drake by straying down the line — and Drake said he flinched before he stepped off the rubber. Brewers’ manager Craig Counsell argued that Jason Castro was not in the batter’s box at the time — but plate umpire Bill Walke said the ball was in play, and Drake committed a balk with his movements. Drake took the loss and fell to 3-4, while Twins’ reliever Buddy Boshers won his first decision of the year. Ryan Braun had three hits, and Keon Broxton homered and doubled with two R-B-Is as Milwaukee dropped its second straight before the Cubs won at San Francisco, extending Chicago’s lead to one and a half games on second place Milwaukee in the N-L Central.