MILWAUKEE – Christian Yelich seems to have the intention to keep the National League MVP prize for another year.
After scoring the Major League record and scoring in each of the team's first four games with a solo shot in the first inning, Yelich scored two consecutive double hacks by Jordan Hicks in a brace
Having reached the Major League record by preparing his team's first four games with a solo shot in the first inning, Yelich gave Jordan Hicks a run twice at the bottom of ninth place, earning one 5-4 win against the Cardinals at Miller Park.
When the Brewers had a run behind them, Ben Gamel took a double and Lorenzo ninth. Cain grabbed a shot against Hicks's glove. Yelich then drew a double field against the gap. Cardinal midfielder Harrison Bader tried to dive, but the baseball kicked off his glove and gave Cain enough time to drive all the way home for the winner race.
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