When Christian Yelich played in the first four games of the season, all were against the St. Louis Cardinals, it was a fun curiosity – a hot series from the season's MVP Brewers Right Fielder last year and a great player who is amazingly awesome. Gabe Fernandez even wrote about it here, with Yelich on average had one thing per game. The fluffiness was part of the fun. Certainly, the 27-year-old could not continue his home race dominance over St. Louis, not only because he had beaten only a home run against other opponents since this first series, but because that's just not the case.
Well, Yelich has not only Homer on Monday, as the Brewers again hosted the Cardinals in Milwaukee, but also Supernova three home races and a team record with seven runs in a team 10-7 victory:
His second home run was the biggest of the three and broke with a 6: 6 draw in sixth with a second deck to the right Field:
And his third was the most impressive of the group, as Yelich centered a deeply left-centered Die Brewers extend the lead to fourth place in eighth place:
With the first Homer, he expanded his series to five consecutive games with a home game St. Louis, who just became the sixth player in history to do so against the dreaded Cardinals:
The Bre They are now 4-1 against their rivals in the NL Central, mainly due to their defensive MVP, which on 31 March against the same Cardinals also won a double. Against St. Louis Yelich has nine hits – including seven homers – with seven walks and 14 RBIs. This is an OPS of [checks notes] hmm, 2,696 . Maybe the cardinals should stop beating him.
Oh, and Yelich also led to a family of Brewers fans getting a puppy that was aptly named "Yeli":