The Brewers had a pretty impressive night offensively tonight, but lost in all of the commotion was this: Corey Hart's six inning home run was hit only hit tonight, snapping a streak of five straight games with at least two.
Hart was still a few games shy of the Brewer franchise record (Fernando Vina in 1998 and Paul Molitor in 1992 each had eight game streaks), but he is one of just 9 players in the Miller Park era to put together a streak of five or more:
|Brady Clark||2005||6 games|
|Keith Ginter||2004||6 games|
|Corey Hart||2011||5 games|
|Rickie Weeks||2010||5 games|
|Ryan Braun (3 times)||2008, 2009 and 2010||5 games|
|J.J. Hardy (twice)||2008, 2008||5 games|
|Tony Graffanino||2006||5 games|
|Lyle Overbay||2005||5 games|
|Scott Podsednik||2003||5 games|
Hart still has a seven game hitting streak going, which is tied for his second longest of the season.