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Bryant returns to Cubs' lineup

PITTSBURGH (AP) Rookie third baseman Kris Bryant was back in the Chicago Cubs' lineup on Monday night against the Pittsburgh Pirates, a day after leaving a win at Milwaukee when he felt woozy following a headfirst slide into second base. Bryant passed all of the necessary concussions tests Monday. On Sunday, Bryant's head struck Brewers shortstop Jean Segura's leg when he slid into...
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After dizzy spell, Cubs' Bryant vows no more head-first slides

After a head-first slide into second base Sunday produced dizziness and a scary moment for Cubs rookie Kris Bryant, the slugger Monday said it's feet-first from now on. "I only have one head," Bryant told reporters on Monday before the Cubs started an important series at the Pittsburgh Pirates. "I only have one life so there's nothing really to joke about."  Bryant tried to stretch...
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Cubs get Bryant back in lineup to start big series at Pirates

The Cubs received good news Monday afternoon when rookie sensation Kris Bryant was cleared to play tonight as Chicago begins and important three-game series against the Pittsburgh Pirates. The Chicago Tribune reported Monday afternoon that Bryant was expected to be examined today and that he will play. Bryant left Sunday's game at Milwaukee in the fifth inning after trying to stretch...
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Cubs get scare as rookie Bryant undergoes concussion protocol

It was a typical hustle play by rookie third baseman Kris Bryant that gave the Chicago Cubs quite a scare Sunday afternoon. Trying to stretch an RBI single into a double in the fifth inning of Sunday's fifth consecutive victory, Bryant slid headfirst and Brewers shortstop Jean Segura appeared to tag him hard on the helmet. Bryant came up dizzy and was forced out of the game. Back...
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Video: Kris Bryant hits first career walk-off home run

The Chicago Cubs were swept by an awful Philadelphia Phillies team over the weekend and appeared to be heading into the tank. On Monday night things looked bleak again against the Colorado Rockies, but rookie phenom Kris Bryant turned that narrative on its head with one swing. The Cubs led 7-4 heading into the top of the ninth, but the Rockies scored four runs off of Jason Motte...
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Cubs 9, Rockies 8 (7/27/15)

OSS: MY EMOTIONS Three up 1. Kris Bryant saved the day with a walkoff bomb in the bottom of the ninth, after the pen had blown the lead. He ended the game with a WPA of 0.98. 2. The offense woke up in the fourth inning, batting around on a previously-cruising Jorge de la Rosa. My dogs were very disappointed that the Cubs did all this scoring without any home runs, because no cookies...
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WATCH: Kris Bryant Hits First Career Walk-Off Home Run to Give Cubs Win Over Colorado

At the start of the season, if you were to ask experts one thing they could count on from the Chicago Cubs not a single one would say the Cubs would lead the league in walk-off wins--but they do. Monday night they got another one when Kris Bryant hit the first walk-off home run of his career.This two-run shot gave the Cubs walk-off win No. 10 (White Sox and Angels have second most...
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Bryant isn’t concerned about Home Run Derby and his swing

Kris Bryant previously stated he “absolutely” wanted to compete in the Home Run Derby at the 2015 All-Star Game in his rookie season. His hopes were realized on Wednesday when his name was among the players announced as participants in the much ballyhooed event. Several ballplayers in the past have either flatly declined an invite...Read More The post Kris Bryant isn’t concerned...
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Bryant addresses rumors that hangover forced him from game

Chicago Cubs third baseman Kris Bryant was removed from his team’s loss to the Los Angeles Dodgers on Thursday after just two innings. Since Bryant is a 23-year-old kid and the game was played during the day, Twitter immediately began drawing conclusions. If you search Twitter for “Kris Bryant hangover,” you’ll see what we mean....Read More
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June 27, 2015  |  Discuss

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