Yelich went 2-for-5 with a double and two strikeouts Wednesday in a Game 1 loss against the Dodgers. He doubled off lefty Julio Urias, which is an encouraging sign heading into Game 2 against southpaw Clayton Kershaw. Yelich had a 180 wRC+ against same-handed pitching during the regular season.
Yelich went 1-for-2 with a run and two walks in Sunday's loss to the Cardinals. Yelich really struggled to hit for average during the regular season, but he still found himself on base frequently, posting a .356 OBP -- a mark boosted by the 16 free passes he was issued over the final 12 games. He hit out of the two spot in all 12 of those games and figures to remain there when the Brewers begin postseason play Wednesday.
Yelich went 1-for-3 with a walk and a solo home run during a 3-0 win over the Cardinals in the first game of Friday's doubleheader. He drew another free pass in the nightcap but otherwise went 0-for-2. Yelich's .259 BABIP and 31.5 percent strikeout rate are both far worse than what he posted in his first two years with the Brewers, leading to a .205/.349/.436 slash line, but he's maintained a solid power stroke with 12 homers and 22 RBI through 56 games.
Yelich went 2-for-5 with a solo home run in Friday's 9-5 win over the Royals. Yelich hit a leadoff homer to start the fourth inning, and the Brewers would hang six runs on Royals starter Danny Duffy by the end of the inning. The long ball was Yelich's 11th of the year. He's added 35 runs scored, 21 RBI and four stolen bases in 48 games.
Yelich went 3-for-4 with a solo home run, a walk and three total runs in Tuesday's 18-3 drubbing of the Cardinals. Yelich recorded more than two hits for the first time in a game this season. The 2018 MVP has regressed further of late, hitting .185 over his past seven games with 13 strikeouts. He'll have the opportunity to stay hot in Wednesday's doubleheader beginning with a matinee matchup against Adam Wainwright, who Yelich is 5-for-12 against lifetime.