VANCOUVER, British Columbia (AP) _ The Milwaukee Brewers jumped on pitcher Jim Acker and shoddy Toronto fielding to score five runs in the seventh inning to down the Blue Jays 6-3 Friday night in an exhibition baseball game. The game drew 29,237 fans.

The Brewers batted around in the seventh, scoring five runs - four unearned - on four hits and errors by Acker and Willie Aikens. Rick Manning, Charlie Moore, Paul Molitor and Paul Householder all singled off Acker.

Doyle Alexander pitched the first five innings for Toronto, allowing only two doubles while striking out one and giving up a walk.

Veteran Ray Burris was credited with the victory to even his spring training record at 2-2. Burris gave up six hits and two runs in six innings.

The Jays opened the scoring in the bottom of the first inning when Rance Mulliniks walked, advanced to third on Len Matuszek's hit-and-run single and scored on Aikens' sacrifice fly.

The Jays increased their lead in their half of the sixth when Matuszek and Aikens hit back-to-back singles and rookie Lou Thornton scored Matuszek with a sacrifice fly to center.

After Milwaukee seventh, the Blue Jays got one run back in their half of the inning when Garth Iorg singled home rookie Manny Lee. The Brewers restored their three-run lead in the eighth when Ed Romero doubled home Charlie Moore, who reached first on the fourth Toronto error of the game.