Video: Cubs Star Is Back With A Bang After 5 Week Absence

Now that's the way to announce that you're back. Chicago Cubs' star offseason signing Seiya Suzuki showed that his fractured finger is just fine, thank you, by drilling a go-ahead inside-the-park homer off the toughest reliever in baseball.

The Milwaukee Brewers' Josh Hader had only allowed three earned runs all season in 25.2 innings, and had an MLB-leading 25 saves heading into this one. Suzuki took him to the wall in left-center, with a long ricochet off into right-center, allowing the Japanese phenom to come all the way around to score, giving the Cubs a 2-1 ninth-inning lead (they would lose, however, in the bottom of the 9th.)

Suzuki had just finished a rehab assignment on the weekend, where he batted .444 with a 1.545 OPS. I guess you could say that Seiya is ready to go.