Milwaukee spoils Toronto's home opener, adds to Jays early-season misery

Keon Broxton and Domingo Santana homered as the Milwaukee Brewers edged Toronto 4-3 Tuesday to spoil the Blue Jays' home opener and extend their early-season misery.

At 1-6, Toronto is off to its worst start ever.

The Jays have lost six straight home openers and seven of their last eight. The last win was against Minnesota in 2011.

Troy Tulowitzki drove in three runs for Toronto with two doubles _ both on 0-2 counts _ and a sacrifice fly. The Jays shortstop came into the game 3-of-24 but had six RBI.

Tulowitzki and Kendrys Morales accounted for all five of Toronto's hits.

Jays starter J.A. Happ (2-0) was pulled in the fifth after a 102-pitch outing that yielded four runs, nine hits, eight strikeouts and more than a few hard hit balls.