It hasn't been pretty, but the Toronto Blue Jays have put themselves in a position to wrap up a long road trip on a high note Wednesday afternoon when they take on the Milwaukee Brewers at Miller Park. Toronto dropped one of two in Atlanta and two of three in Baltimore. "Any win is good,"
Brewers second baseman Jonathan Villar had three stolen bases in a 4-3 loss to the Blue Jays, giving him 12 on the season
Jimmy Nelson might want to take a permanent marker to the calendars around the Milwaukee Brewers clubhouse and change all of the months to say May. After struggling through April with a 5.34 ERA, .301 opponent batting average and 1.53 WHIP, Nelson has turned things around this month, posting a 1.15 ERA