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Bautista, Blue Jays End Brewers' 5-Game Win Streak

Updated: 08/20/2014 4:51 PM
Created: 08/20/2014 4:50 PM WDIO.com
By: GENARO C. ARMAS

MILWAUKEE (AP) - Jose Bautista's three-run homer capped a five-run sixth inning and the Toronto Blue Jays outslugged Milwaukee 9-5 Wednesday, snapping the Brewers' five-game winning streak.

Bautista hit a 1-2 pitch from reliever Brandon Kintzler into the Brewers' bullpen in right field. The homer made a winner of R.A. Dickey (10-12), who gave up five runs in 5 2-3 choppy innings.

Dickey left after Carlos Gomez's two-run homer in the bottom of the sixth made it 7-5.

Colby Rasmus also homered for Toronto, which outhit the NL Central leaders 15-10.

Jimmy Nelson (2-4) took the loss after allowing the first two runners to reach in the sixth.

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