Cubs third baseman Kris Bryant has proven again it’s good to be young and healthy. And clutch. That helps, too.
ONE THROUGH NINE: Both the Cubs and the White Sox have pep in their steps and steel in their spines. How often have we been able to say that?
Bryant suffered a sprain between the ring and pinkie fingers of his left hand Wednesday when he slid headfirst into third base against the Braves.
The reigning MVP was hurt sliding headfirst into third base in the first inning Wednesday.
The MLBPAA announced Tuesday that Kris Bryant and Avisail Garcia earned the Cubs and White Sox 2017 Heart and Hustle awards.
The Cubs racked up 41 hits and averaged a run per inning, and eight players combined for 10 homers in their first series out of the All-Star break.