(WNFL)- The Milwaukee Brewers will see the first pitch in the Majors today, when they play at Toronto at 12:07. It's the national Canada Day holiday. The Brewers' two All-Stars from a year ago -- Carlos Gomez and Jean Segura -- are both expected to be back in the lineup after going out with injuries last Saturday. Gomez hurt his neck in an outfield collision with Ryan Braun, and Segura left Saturday's game early with cramps in his left quad muscle. Toronto is counting on All-Star outfielder Jose Bautista to return, as a designated hitter if nothing else. He's been out since June 22nd with a strained left hamstring. Bautista has homered in each of his last three games against Milwaukee. A pair of right-handers will take the mound today -- Marco Estrada for the Crew, and Drew Hutchinson for the Blue Jays. Estrada is 7-4 with a 5.06 ERA. He gave up a season-low two hits and two runs in six-and-a-third innings of a win over Washington last week. Hutchinson is 5-6 with an ERA of four. He surrendered four runs on seven hits in six innings of a loss to the New York Yankees last week. Both Milwaukee and Toronto lead their respective divisions, although the Blue Jays have dropped three straight.