Javy Baez leaves Cubs' game after nasty collision with Jason Heyward

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Giants slugger Brandon Belt blasted his first career grand slam, a go-ahead shot against the Padres.

Cubs fans have turned Milwaukee's home field into "Wrigley North" over the last few seasons and will likely be out in full force as the team defends its first World Series title in 108 years. Anderson had a quality night of his own, surrendering one run on five hits with four punch outs in 5 2/3 innings.

Colorado's bullpen again came up big as Carlos Estevez and Scott Oberg each threw a scoreless inning before Jake McGee struck out the side in the ninth for his first save of the season.

Addison Russell led off the 11th with a base hit for the Cubs. Baez plays hard and with a lot of energy, and sometimes he ends up running into his teammates. "It was kind of purple today, but I'm good". Jesus Aguilar drew a walk and Montgomery loaded the bases by hitting pinch-hitter Jett Bandy.

"The problem there was I did not want to use (Pedro) Strop or (Carl) Edwards", Cubs manager Joe Maddon said.

Maddon put five defenders in the infield while left field remained open for Manny Pina, who fell behind in the count. "Yeah, there is", Maddon said. "They played some good defense".

With Justin Grimm on in relief, Hernan Perez followed with a pop fly to shallow center but reached when Javier Baez collided with Jason Heyward trying to chase down the play.

The only signs of discomfort were slight swelling above Baez's left eye, which remained bloodshot.

"I felt good about giving us a chance, but bad about giving up a hit at the most inopportune time of my outing", Anderson said. There was a large divot out there. "I went to hit and I was feeling good". I'm certain he'll be fine by (Saturday). "I'm really eager to watch him play tonight because Bos (pitching coach Chris Bosio) said that his last bullpen was outstanding and the ball was moving like we know that it can". That cleared a roster spot for utility man Nick Franklin, who was claimed off waivers earlier in the week from Tampa.

Milwaukee was down a pitcher to start with Friday after right-hander Taylor Jungmann was optioned to Double-A Biloxi.

Brewers: OF Keon Broxton was eager to return to the batter's box a day after getting hit in the helmet by a 92 miles per hour fastball. Jon Jay then entered the game at center field with the game tied 1-1.