Waiting for Travis Shaw at the plate after his game-winning, two-run homer were giddy teammates holding orange Gatorade buckets.
Finally, the Milwaukee Brewers had something to celebrate in extra innings against the Chicago Cubs.
Shaw went deep with one out in the 10th inning off All-Star closer Wade Davis, and the playoff-hopeful Brewers stunned their NL Central rivals with a 4-3 victory on Saturday. The Brewers had lost the first two games of the pivotal series in 10 innings.
"It just feels good to come out on the right side of things after a couple of tough days," Shaw said.
Milwaukee moved within 4½ games of NL Central-leading Chicago and...