Christian Yelich continues his hot streak since the All-Star break, putting the ball in play to help the Brewers rally and walk-off the Cubs on Labor Day 4-3.
With a pro-Cubs crowd at Miller Park, as noted by Cubs pitcher Cole Hamels, the Brewers were able to trim their deficit to four games in the NL Central.
Yelich, who leads the NL in several batting categories since the All Star break, beat out a throw at first on a fielder's choice to drive in the winning run after the Brewers had tied it in the bottom of the eighth inning.
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