Jesse Rogers ESPN Staff Writer
The Cubs beat the Brewers 5-3 after Kris Bryant hit a two run home run in the tenth inning to finish off a drama filled night. A 2-1 Cubs lead turned into a 3-2 Mil advantage due to some shaky relief pitching but down to his last strike, with two outs in the ninth, Javy Baez drove in the tying run with a base hit. Then closer Wade Davis escaped a bases loaded, one out jam in the bottom of the inning getting a strikeout and a comebacker, before Bryant's heroics the next inning. Davis got the final 5 outs, including four by strikeout, for the win, as the Cubs magic number dropped to 6 after a thrilling victory.