His second home run was the biggest of the three, breaking a 6-6 tie in the bottom of the sixth with a second-deck blast to right field:

And his third was the most impressive of the bunch, as Yelich uncorked one deep to left-center to extend the Brewers lead to four in the bottom of the eighth:

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With the first homer, he extended his streak to five straight games with a home run against St. Louis, becoming just the sixth player in history to accomplish that against the dreaded Cardinals:

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The Brewers are now 4-1 against their NL Central rivals, mainly due to their defending MVP, who also had a game-winning double back on March 31 against these same Cardinals. Against St. Louis, Yelich has nine hits—seven of them homers—to go along with seven walks and 14 RBIs. That’s an OPS of [checks notes] hmm, 2.696. Maybe the Cardinals should stop pitching to him.

Oh, and Yelich also led to a family of Brewers fans getting a puppy, which will quite appropriately be named “Yeli”: