Now it's getting scary.

Chicago Cubs outfielder Junior Lake is doing things no one has seen in Chicago in many years. On Friday Lake became the first Cub since 1916 to have two four-hit games within his first 16 of his career though it came in a 6-2 loss to the Los Angeles Dodgers.

"It feels so good" Lake said through an interpreter afterward. "I see the result for the work I do pregame."

Lake had four singles and continues to make more contact on off-speed pitches. His fourth hit was off a sinker. On Thursday he homered on a slider.

"I'm seeing the ball real well now" Lake said.

He's opening up eyes around the league but those who have seen him for a while -- such as teammate Starlin Castro -- aren't shocked by his start.

"He was good in the minors and last winter" Castro said. "He's a big strong athlete. No no no. I'm not surprised."

Castro predicts Lake won't get a big head or become brash about his exploits. Lake just wants to play baseball and go home. Speaking of home Lake isn't ready to buy a house or anything in Chicago but soon he'll move out of his hotel and into Castro's home for the time being. It might not be long before he may take up a more permanent residence. The minor leagues might be a thing of the past.