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Chicago Cubs’ Kris Bryant jogs off the field to take batting practice before the start of Game 1 of baseball’s National League Division Series against the Washington Nationals at Nationals Park, Friday, Oct. 6, 2017, in Washington. (AP)

Cubs sights seen around Nationals Park before Game 1 of NLDS

SHARE Cubs sights seen around Nationals Park before Game 1 of NLDS
SHARE Cubs sights seen around Nationals Park before Game 1 of NLDS

WASHINGTON — Sights seen around the batting cage, and on the field, before the Cubs’ game against the Washington Nationals in Game 1 of the National League Division Series:

(Associated Press photos)

Kris Bryant.

Kris Bryant.

Anthony Rizzo.

Anthony Rizzo.

Joe Maddon, center, watches his team take batting practice.

Joe Maddon, center, watches his team take batting practice.

Nationals manager Dusty Baker.

Nationals manager Dusty Baker.

Jon Lester reflects.

Jon Lester reflects.

The helmet rack.

The helmet rack.

Cubs manager Joe Maddon, right, walks past his pitcher Jon Lester, left, during a media availability.

Cubs manager Joe Maddon, right, walks past his pitcher Jon Lester, left, during a media availability.

Kyle Schwarber, starting in left field.

Kyle Schwarber, starting in left field.

Anthony Rizzo.

Anthony Rizzo.

Washington Nationals’ Jayson Werth, left, and Bryce Harper.

Washington Nationals’ Jayson Werth, left, and Bryce Harper.


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