Victor Caratini hit a three-run homer with two outs in the tenth inning, giving the Chicago Cubs a 5-2 goodbye victory to the Chicago Cubs, which Milwaukee Brewers visited on Monday in the opening round of the three-game series.
Rowdy Tellez deliberately walked one in 10th place and placed runners in 1st and 2nd place. Luis Urias jumped out. Caratini hit in the previous four at-bats, hitting 2-1 home runs over the central wall from Scott Efros (1-4) and hitting seven home runs.
In Chicago, Seiya Suzuki took a 2-1 lead at the top of the 9th inning on a home run in a park away from Brewers near Josh Hader, but Brewers. In the lower half of the answer in the run.
Luis Urías opened the Brewers in 9th place with a single close to David Robertson. Keston Huira bounced a one-out drive over the wall in the center left, achieved a double ground rule, and held Urias in third place. Kolten Wong was hit by pitch with two outs to walk and Christian Yelich walked to show his strength at Thai Ingran.
Hader, who leads the major with 25 saves, defeated Happ to open his ninth. Suzuki was active early on Monday after being absent for almost five weeks with a sprained finger, lining up 2-0 pitch from the left center wall. As the ball returned, dodging center-fielder Jonathan Davis, Suzuki didn't hesitate in the third round and slipped into the home just before the fifth home run relay throw.
Justin Steele hit one hit in six innings, and Milwaukee drew 1-1 in the seventh inning. Hiura drew a two-out walk and took second place. Pedro Severino became active on Sunday after completing a suspension of 80 games of PED, followed by two RBIs to the left.
Rookie Nelson Velazquez raised the Cubs 3rd in a one-out solo shot to interrupt his first career home run, Eric Lauer. It was the 17th Homer given up by Lauer and 9th in his last 5 starts. He gave up all 16 last season.
Lauer allowed another hit in six innings (a double in every four haps). He hit 9 and walked 2.
Steele did not allow hits until Urías double-sliced the right field line and opened the fifth.
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