Kris Bryant continues to leave his mark on the 2016 season, as today he did something no player has ever done before. Bryant went 5 for 5, with a pair of home runs, a double and drove in 5 runs, becoming the first player under the age of 25 to have three games in a single season in which he hit two home runs and racked up four total hits. This helped the Cubs overcome a rough outing for Jake Arrieta, who had allowed a career high 7 walks. The Cubs defeated the Brewers for a four-game sweep of Milwaukee. Bryant is tied for the NL lead in home runs with 30, and the Cubs won their 18th game over the past 21, and improved to 77-43. Bryant is having an unreal sophomore season, already surpassing his 2015 season home run total of 26, and closing in on his total of 99 RBI with the 78 he currently has. He has also bumped his batting average up 20 points from .275 to .296, with increases in slugging, OBP, and OPS. The Cubs find themselves cruising past the rest of the league, behind the bats of their young superstars in Bryant, Rizzo, and many more. The most impressive part of their seasons success to me has to be doing this all without Kyle Schwarber, who tore his ACL a few months back and is listed as very unlikely for a 2016 return. Chapman closed out todays game to earn his 7th save with the Cubs, and the biggest factor was that they were able to out last the struggling outing from Arrieta. The Cubs will continue to steam roll the NFL over the last 40 games, but what is really important is their ability to win come October.