Kyle Schwarber crushed an NLCS homer, dropped his bat and set off a Cubs bullpen dance party
The Cubs returned home to Wrigley Field to host the Dodgers in Game 3 of the National League Championship Series presented by Camping World on Tuesday night, and right off the bat -- literally -- fans had something to cheer about.
In the bottom of the first inning, slugger Kyle Schwarber stepped up against Yu Darvish and clubbed an opposite-field homer that landed well up in the left-field bleachers. Schwarber celebrated with a pretty solid bat-drop as he started his trot:
Meanwhile, the Cubs bullpen did what the Cubs bullpen does when there's something to celebrate. They danced:
Just a typical sequence at the Friendly Confines.
In the end, though, that was all the offense the Cubs had on the night as they lost, 6-1.
Tune in to NLCS Game 4 on Wednesday, 9 p.m. ET/8 CT/6 PT on TBS.