Anthony Rizzo RUMORS & NEWS

  • Anthony Rizzo inspired the Cubs with naked speeches during the World Series

    CBS Sports "For the first time in 108 years, the Chicago Cubs are in spring training as defending World Series champions. They capped off a historic regular season with a dramatic comeback in the Fall Classic last year, rallying from a 3-1 deficit in the series to win Game 7. Clearly, the Cubs had talent...." March 14

  • Chicago Cubs’ Anthony Rizzo leads charge to support badly beaten student

    Fox Sports "The story horrified Rizzo, just was it would horrify any person with a conscience. On Feb. 3, officials from Kenyon Woods Middle School told parents that a student physically assaulted another student and left him severely beaten. That student was Henry, a seventh grader who turns 13 on..." February 26

  • Cubs' Anthony Rizzo 'I Wouldn't Have Boycotted Trump White House'

    TMZ "Chicago Cubs star Anthony Rizzo says he's an athlete -- not a politician -- and would NOT have boycotted a visit to Donald Trump's White House. The World Series champ was at LAX wrapping up a quick L.A. vacation when we asked how he felt about the Patriots players refusing to take their..." February 14

  • Cubs' Anthony Rizzo reaches out to victim of school attack in Chicago

    CBS Sports "Cubs first baseman Anthony Rizzo helps people regularly with his Anthony Rizzo Family Foundation. We've covered him writing a letter and donating money to a cancer patient before and his generosity is once again on display. Rizzo is reaching out to Henry Sembdner, a 12-year-old from the Chicago..." February 07

  • Anthony Rizzo’s hilarious greeting to Dexter Fowler: ‘I can’t talk to you anymore’

    Chicago Tribune "Anthony Rizzo had a few words for Dexter Fowler at Kris Bryant’s wedding last weekend. “I said it’s 2017, so I can’t talk to you anymore,” Rizzo said jokingly to his former teammate, who signed last month with the rival St. Louis Cardinals. “But it’s just a friendly rivalry. I want to see him..." January 14

  • Rizzo's parents OK after being in Fort Lauderdale Airport during shooting

    New York Daily News "Anthony Rizzo says that his parents — who were in the Fort Lauderdale airport during the shooting — are all right, and he's praying for the families affected by the tragedy. The Cubs first baseman tweeted on Friday afternoon: "Parents were traveling through FLL today during the shooting. So..." January 07

  • A first baseman won the “Platinum Glove” award for best overall defender. OK.

    Hardball Talk "The sixth-annual Rawlings Platinum Glove Awards were announced over the weekend. The Platinum Glove recognizes the best defensive player in each league. Only those Gold Glove Awards were eligible for the Platinum Glove Award. The winners are determined by a combination of a fan vote and SABR’s..." November 14

  • Lindor, Rizzo named Platinum Glove winners "Their gloves already gold for the first time this year, Francisco Lindor and Anthony Rizzo turned platinum Friday night. Lindor and Rizzo were presented with the Rawlings Platinum Glove Award as Major League Baseball's best overall defensive players in each league during the Gold Glove Awards..." November 12

  • Anthony Rizzo isn't keeping the ball from the last out of Game 7

    Fox Sports "When Kris Bryant fielded a ground ball and threw over to first base to officially end Game 7 of the World Series — making the Chicago Cubs champions for the first time in 108 years — Anthony Rizzo caught a piece of incredibly valued history. The baseball that recorded the final out could likely..." November 05

  • Rizzo: I'm sleeping with final out baseball tonight

    Larry Brown Sports "Chicago Cubs first baseman Anthony Rizzo caught the final out of the NLCS, and it sounds like he has big plans for that baseball. After the Cubs defeated the Los Angeles Dodgers on Saturday night by the final of 5-0 to advance to their first World Series since 1945, Rizzo was interviewed on the..." October 23

  • Ump Hernandez to Rizzo after apology, 'You’re good, bro'

    Fox Sports "In the top of the fifth inning of the Chicago Cubs-Los Angeles Dodgers NLCS Game 4 on Wednesday night, Cubs first baseman Anthony Rizzo dropped his bat (his teammate's bat, actually) and began to walk toward first base on what he thought was ball four from reliever Pedro Baez. But Rizzo assumed..." October 20