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Casey McGehee, who also appeared to be distracted by the screaming jets, then struck out with the bases loaded, slamming his bat to the ground.
Earlier, the Brewers took a 3-2 lead on a crazy play in the fifth.
With runners on first and second and one out, McGehee grounded out and the Cubs caught Fielder in a rundown between first and second base.
With Fielder running back and forth, Weeks ran to third and broke for home, only to get caught in a rundown himself. But with Weeks charging home, the throw from Chad Tracy was low and trickled away from catcher Geovany Soto just as Weeks collided with him -- and Weeks was ruled safe while Tracy was charged with an error.
Nady hit a two-run homer to left field off Bush in the sixth, giving the Cubs a 4-3 lead.
NOTES: Cubs radio announcer Ron Santo felt ill before the game and went home instead of calling Thursday's game, according to a team spokesman. ... Castro has made eight errors in 31 games this season. ... Edmonds made a surprising appearance as the Brewers' leadoff hitter.
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