TORONTO, CANADA (WHBL) - The Milwaukee Brewers became the second-to-last team in the Majors to be swept in a series, losing at Toronto Wednesday afternoon 7-4. Edwin Encarnacion belted a three-run walk-off homer off Brandon Kintzler with two out in the ninth inning which broke a 4-4 tie. Will Smith took the loss, after putting the winning run on base. He's now 1-1. Casey Janssen threw a perfect ninth for the win. He's 3-0. Encarnacion hit his 26th homer of the year, and Jose Bautista went yard for the second straight day. Ryan Braun hit a two-run triple and extended his hitting streak to eight games. Both managers - Milwaukee's Ron Roenicke and Toronto's John Gibbons - were ejected in the eighth for arguing separate calls. The Brewers lost both ends of their two-game set to the Blue Jays, making the Los Angeles Dodgers the only big league club that still hasn't been swept yet more than halfway through the season. The first-place Brewers are off Thursday, and will open a key National League Central series at third-place Cincinnati on Friday.