The Milwaukee Brewers return home for a quick two game series with the Toronto Blue Jays starting Tuesday with a 7:10 first pitch. These two teams played back in the first week of July for a quick two game series and Toronto took both games.
If the Brewers want to get even they will have to get another solid pitching performance from Mike Fiers (2-1, 1.29 ERA). Fiers has filled in very nicely for the injured Matt Garza with wins against the Dodgers and a 14 strikeout performance in his last start against the Chicago Cubs.
The Blue Jays will counter with left-hander J.A. Happ. Happ has put up an ERA of 1.71 since the All-star break and will try to help improve the 4-11 Blue Jay record in the month of August. In his ten year career he is 3-3 lifetime against the Brewers with an ERA of 5.82.