Kris Bryant RUMORS & NEWS

  • Kris Bryant's Earning the Kind of Attention He Could Do Without

    Complex "At 10 a.m. on the second Monday in July, a small group congregates outside of the Blends sneaker boutique. But this isn’t your typical mix of hypebeasts and resellers camping out for a release. Instead, it’s a group of reporters, publicists, and a cameraman all waiting to get a piece of one of..." July 14

  • Kris Bryant not interested in second Home Run Derby

    Chicago Sun-Times "You might see Jake Arrieta in an All-Star Home Run Derby before you see Kris Bryant in another one. In fact, if internal MLB discussions regarding a potential pitcher’s homer derby gain momentum in the coming weeks, Arrieta might be the only Cub doing an exhibition homer contest during All-Star..." June 16

  • Is Kris Bryant becoming an elite defender?

    The Outside Corner "When the discussion surrounds the Chicago Cubs, it most often veers directly toward their offense. And rightfully so. Not only do the Cubs have a historically impressive stable of former offensive prospects making their presence felt at the big league level, they’ve added pieces like Dexter Fowler..." May 24

  • Kris Bryant dealing with mild ankle sprain, Cubs say

    Chicago Tribune "Slugger Kris Bryant left the Cubs' 7-2 victory over the Brewers after the fourth inning Thursday with a "mild" right ankle sprain, the team said. Bryant later had an MRI on the ankle, and manager Joe Maddon wouldn't speculate on the potential severity of the injury, although the Cubs emphasized..." April 29

  • Kris Bryant left the game because he rolled his ankle

    Hardball Talk "Turns out Bryant leaving the game had nothing to do with being hit by two pitches. Rather, when he was running the bases after reaching in the third — the time he reached WITHOUT being hit by a pitch — he rolled his right ankle. It must not be super serious — he stayed in the game for a bit..." April 28

  • Cubs' Kris Bryant ready to 'continue' his 2015, celebrate David Ross

    ESPN "Picking up where he left off shouldn’t be a problem for the National League Rookie of the Year, considering Cubs third baseman Kris Bryant is treating 2016 like a “continuation” of last season. As for the pressure of his team being picked to win it all, he’ll worry about that..." February 24