For a second night in a row the Cubs mounted a comeback to beat the Brewers.
On Tuesday, it was with a big sixth inning. Wednesday however, it was with some ninth-inning magic.
Kris Bryant tied the game at 4-4 with an RBI single with two outs in the ninth, paving the way for Addison Russell’s game-winning homer off Brewers closer Neftali Feliz.
It was Russell's first career walk-off home run as he took Feliz deep for 370 feetwith two runners on base.
The win pushed the Cubs (8-7) one game above .500 as they look to regain control of the NL Central lead currently held by the Reds (9-5).