Seiya Suzuki of the Major League Baseball, Cubs, contributed to the team's victory by hitting two consecutive home runs in the second game against Brewers, which is the second game after returning from injury, and making three RBIs.

On the 5th, Suzuki started in the 4th light in the match against Brewers in Milwaukee, the home of the opponent, following the return match on the previous day.

The first at bat in the first inning fell to a short grounder with a two-out second base and a chance to open the bat, and the second at bat in the fourth inning was a light fly.

Immediately after catching up with a tie of 2 to 2 in the 3rd at bat in the 5th inning, he still had a chance of 1 out and 2nd base to catch the first ball and hit the left with a winning 6th two-run home run for two consecutive games.

In the following 6th inning at bat, he scored an additional point by hitting a timely hit before the left from 2 out second base.

The fifth at bat in the 9th inning was a light fly, and this game marked multiple hits in two consecutive games with 2 hits and 3 RBIs in 5 at bats, with a batting average of 20%, 5 minutes and 7 RBIs.

The Cubs won 8-3.

Suzuki hit a running home run that was a win at one point in the 9th inning against Brewers the day before, which was the first time since the match on May 26, when he sprained his left ring finger. As soon as he returns, he has a strong presence.