- Bruce Levine, Chicago baseball beat reporter
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Here's a quick look at the Cubs' win in Milwaukee on Friday.
The good: Carlos Zambrano’s personal winning streak is now at nine games. The streak dates back to August of 2010. Jeff Baker matched his career high with four hits. He went 4-for-5 with a homer and four RBIs.
The bad: Zambrano served up a long homer to Prince Fielder. It was Fielder’s first homer of the season.
Outside the box: The Cubs added right-hander Jeff Stevens from Iowa. They’ll have an eight-man bullpen this weekend.
Next: Chris Naveson (0-0) takes on the Cubs' Matt Garza (0-0).
Jeff Baker's big night led the Cubs past Milwaukee.