Cubs third baseman Kris Bryant supplanted Red Sox slugger David Ortiz as the player with the top-selling jersey in baseball.
The Cubs are discouraging recipients from selling their hardware. But if they get the urge, the Cubs reserve the right to buy most rings back for $1.
Cubs third baseman Kris Bryant sent baseballs sailing into the Chicago River on Tuesday afternoon as part of a stunt orchestrated by Red Bull.
Hendricks rebounded from a rough three-batter start, and Kris Bryant rebounded from a rough four-game start to lead the Cubs over the Brewers 11-6.
After going from merely ordained media darlings a year ago to full-fledged champions worthy of envy and hostility, the Cubs wear a bigger target.
A rivalry that has largely been defined in name and geography only for decades could be on the brink of returning to its 1930s glory.
Kris Bryant doesn’t do debuts well. The latest example came Sunday, when the Cubs star went 0-for-4 with three strikeouts. Maybe he’ll come around?