When Kosuke Fukudome's liner to left got past Brewer left fielder Ryan Braun, it was the biggest hit in a night of big hits.
He hit it right into Braun's personal black hole, the no-man's land where you're damned if you do and damned if you don't go for it, and young Ryan was damned because he did.
It went past him and rolled to the wall while Derrek Lee and Aramis Ramirez crossed the plate and Kosuke ended up at third.
It was also the 3rd straight hit by the Cubs off Brewer stud Ben Sheets.
Like some kind of machine gun, it went on.
Big Z single.
Finally Alfonso hits one a little short of a homer to straightaway center and got the first out, but Sheets' fat lady had already sung about 4 hits ago.
I couldn't believe Ned Yost left Sheets in like that - neither he or pitching coach Mike Maddux ever even walked to the mound to talk about the weather or ANYTHING to break up the rhythm of the Cubs' bats.
7 hits in a row, Cubs 6 Brewers nothin.
It was the 6th inning.
On the other side of the ball was our ace Carlos Zambrano, who gave up 5 hits and zeerow runs over 8 unbelievable innings.
It ended up 7-1, but trust me the Cubs CREAMED 'em.
In every facet of the game.
And it'll be awhile before Ryan Braun sleeps without spending a little time with Kosuke's triple.
Okay, at 7:05 it's 11-4 Ryan Dempster vs. 9-3 lefty Manny Parra.
What are you gonna be doing?