It was a first at Miller Park Monday night as the Milwaukee Brewers defeated the Toronto Blue Jays 7-6 to open the short, three game homestand. After letting a 6-1 lead get away, Aramis Ramirez led off the bottom of the 7th inning with a line drive down the left field line. The ball ricocheted off the wall and was called foul by the third base umpire. Manager Ron Roenicke went out to question the call and a fan sitting in the corner next to the foul pole was pounding a padded area pleading the case. Replays showed the ball may have glanced off that padding and the umpires agreed to take a look. Moments later, they awarded Ramirez the home run and he re-emerged from the dugout to take his bases circling trot. It was the first time a home run call was overturned by replay at Miller Park. The homer capped a three RBI performance for Ramirez who also singled and doubled in runs. RIckie Weeks knocked in a pair and Ryan Braun added an RBI as the Brewers built a comfortable lead for starter Randy Wolf. He gave up a leadoff home to former Brewer draft choice Brett Lawrie to start the game, and a massive shot from Edwin Encarnacion that landed on Bernie Brewer's slide, estimated at 438 feet. After getting a runner on in the top of the 7th, Wolf was lifted in favor of Kameron Loe who promptly walked a batter before giving up a long, three run blast to Jose Bautista that tied the game. Ramirez and the replay booth came through next and John Axford was able to close out the 9th for his 12th save of the year. Milwaukee (31-36) is now 11-0 against the Blue Jays in interleague play and they'll meet again Tuesday night. Shawn Marcum was scheduled to start the game but was scratched late Monday because of tightness in his elbow.