The Kris Bryant era is more than likely starting in 2015 at Wrigley Field. Bryant is already getting in on the act with these shoes from Adidas, covered in the famous Wrigley Field ivy.
From my phone to my hands. Check out the #miZXFLUX app by Adidas. Wrigley Field ivy on my shoes! @adidasoriginals pic.twitter.com/4cCmabkiUc
— Kris Bryant (@KrisBryant_23) November 12, 2014
I’m pretty sure Kris Bryant is doing everything right at this point.
The last time we heard from the Chicago Cubs prospect, he was responding to tweets and giving out an autographed game used bat to a fan.
Now…he’s literally decorating himself with the team’s iconic Wrigley Field ivy.
From my phone to my hands. Check out the #miZXFLUX app by Adidas. Wrigley Field ivy on my...
For the past three seasons, the Chicago Cubs’ President of Baseball Operations Theo Epstein stood at the pulpit, preaching the virtue of patience to a weary, impatient fan base. Ever since the Ricketts family bought the team from Tribune owner Sam Zell, the fans were forced to rethink how a sustainable, winning team should be built after having been fed the quick fix solutions...
Chicago Cubs prospect Kris Bryant will be ready to fit into Wrigley Field whenever he gets called up to the big club.
That's because the 22-year-old third baseman is now the proud owner of a pair of cleats that have the stadium's famous ivy on them
As he said in his tweet, Bryant made the design for his shoes via an Adidas app.
Chicago's minor leaguer also made headlines...
From my phone to my hands. Check out the #miZXFLUX app by Adidas. Wrigley Field ivy on my shoes! @adidasoriginals pic.twitter.com/4cCmabkiUc — Kris Bryant (@KrisBryant_23) November 12, 2014 The Cubs Kris Bryant tore it up in Double-A and Triple-A last year, and the young man is set to have what would appear to be a
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Cubs prospect Kris Bryant seems to be a cool dude.
Forget that he was the Baseball America's 2014 Minor League Player of the Year after leading the minors with 43 homers, combined between Triple-A Iowa and Double-A Tennessee last season.
Check out what he did for memorabilia collector Mike Kennedy.
Kennedy wanted to buy one of Bryant's game-used bats that he found...
Kris Bryant has yet to enter the batter’s box for the Chicago Cubs, but he’s already making new fans.
And it all started with a simple request.
@KrisBryant_23 is there anyway I could DM u a link and you could tell me if this looks legit to you? Want to buy it if it was yours. Thanks
— Mike in Vegas (@mk9577) October 31, 2014
“Mike in Vegas” is Mike Kennedy, a baseball...
Sunday afternoon marked game number 162 for the Chicago Cubs, and the end of the 2014 season.
The Cubs were able to finish the season better than they started as they took two out of three in Milwaukee to avoid another 90 loss season. This was the first time since 2010 that the Cubs have lost less than 90 games. Although the Cubs season may not have resulted in what the organization...
First, Bryant takes home the minor league HR crown over his buddy Joey Gallo...for that he got a trophy and $200 per home run. Then USA Today named him the minor league player of the year, thanks in part to that HR crown and an eye-poppin 325/438/661 slash line with 78 total extra-base hits in less than 600 PA's between AA and AAA. And then Baseball America placed him on their...
Early this morning it was reported by David Kaplan of CSNchicago.com, that the Chicago Cubs have placed a revocable waiver claim on Philadelphia Phillies pitcher Cole Hamels.
Interesting report out of Philly says that #Cubs were lone team to put in claim on Cole Hamels. Could he be moved?http://t.co/8wsEIZp2dw
— David Kaplan (@thekapman) August 7, 2014
What this means is...