Re-jigged Blue Jays lineup, Encarnacion crush Brewers

Toronto Blue Jays left fielder Edwin Encarnacion is mobbed by teammates after hitting a walkoff...

Toronto Blue Jays left fielder Edwin Encarnacion is mobbed by teammates after hitting a walkoff home run against the Milwaukee Brewers at the Rogers Centre in Toronto, July 2, 2014. (AFP)

Mike Rutsey, QMI Agency

, Last Updated: 4:28 PM ET

TORONTO - Who knew that getting Adam Lind into the lineup would be so complicated?

With Jose Bautista and his right hamstring still not ready to take on right field duties, the Toronto Blue Jays slugger has been the designated hitter the past two games.

To accommodate Lind on Wednesday, the Jays put him at first base, moved Edwin Encarnacion to left field and swung Melky Cabrera around to right.

More sock in the lineup with this group to be sure.

The re-jigged lineup helped do the trick as the Jays scored a 7-4 walkoff victory over the Milwaukee Brewers on a two-out, three-run home run by Encarnacion to sweep the two-game series.


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