By Eric Fischer
Costly mistakes Friday afternoon led the Chicago Cubs over the Milwaukee Brewers 3-2. The Brewers scored first in the first inning following a Jesus Aguilar sacrifice fly. The lead was short-lived as the Cubs stormed back in the bottom of the first with Javier Baez and Anthony Rizzo each singling and driving in runs. Milwaukee tied the game up in the top of the 7th inning following a Christian Yelich sacrifice fly, that some could argue would have been a grand slam if not for the cruel winds off Lake Michigan. In the bottom of the 7th however, Javier Baez reached on an error by Eric Sogard that would have ended the inning, allowing Addison Russell to score, giving the Cubs a 3-2 lead it would not give up. The Brewers and Cubs square off Saturday afternoon for game three of the four-game set with Junior Guerra on the hill for Milwaukee.