Yesterday’s MLB Playoffs action represented a milestone day in baseball.

The Cubs broke a postseason record for most home runs in a game by slugging six bombs against the rival Cardinals, and a plethora of other homers were hit across the league.

Guys like Carlos Correa, Yoenis Cespedes, Howie Kendrick, Travis d’Arnaud, Josh Donaldson, Kevin Pillar and Chris Colabello joined the young Cubs to set another MLB postseason record: 21 home runs in a single day of action.

So yeah, let’s hope today’s edition of Cubs-Cardinals (Game 4 in the series) has as much offensive star power as yesterday did.

At least we can count on Jorge Soler to get on base. Soler has yet to be retired in 9 postseason plate appearances (another MLB record), and he’s batting a ridiculous 3.750 OPS in the playoffs with no signs of slowing down.

Naturally, the Cubs can make more history today with a win over St. Louis – as it would be the first time in franchise history they’ve ever clinched a playoff series at home.

No pressure or anything.

In preparation for this afternoon’s showdown, let’s all take note of these two die-hard Chicago hopefuls taking down a beautifully designed St. Louis Cardinals pinata late last night in Wrigleyville.

The Cubs should probably get these kids signed to a contract before the Yankees sweep up these two young talents.

Get them in the farm system early, and who knows, we could be watching the next Anthony Rizzo and Kris Bryant in the making.

Not to mention, these videos (in chronological order of pinata destruction) essentially tell you everything you need to know about the Cubs-Cardinals rivalry.

And here comes the older brother to finish the job.

At some point, you have to toss the bat and take the pinata on like a real man. Get those Skittles, young buck.

Only Cubs-Cardinals.