Kris Bryant ranks second in jersey sales since Opening Day

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Only Madison Bumgarner has sold more jerseys bearing his name than Cubs rookie Kris Bryant since Opening Day this season, according to ESPN.

Bryant merchandise has also been the best-selling on the Fanatics website this month, outpacing all other Chicago stars and Major League Baseball figures.

The latest numbers are based on sales from the MLB.com shop from Opening Day to the All-Star Game, in which Bryant participated.

Cubs teammate Anthony Rizzo cracked the top 10, as well. Rizzo has been an All-Star in each of the last two seasons.

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