The Cubs are getting accustomed to Maddon’s unconventional ways.
As Cubs rookie Kris Bryant rounded the bases Saturday, his fellow players and coaches vanished. Bruce Levine explains.
The Cubs’ rookie third baseman homered in his 74th major-league at-bat.
The Chicago offense is humming.
In case you haven’t heard, Chicago Cubs uber-prospect Kris Bryant was called up and made his debut on Friday.
How did Bryant bide his time at Triple-A?
Nothing has shocked Kris Bryant more than the party atmosphere he was witness to after his first successful day with the Cubs.
Bryant went 2-for-3 with three walks in his second big league game.
“I will come out here tomorrow ready to go,” Bryant said with sincerity. “I will be hungry and ready to help the team win.”
Wil Myers’ three-run homer in the seventh innings was the difference.
Bryant’s family took a red-eye flight to get to Wrigley Field for his MLB debut.
Somewhere above, Banks is smiling today, writes Bruce Levine.
It sure seems like Friday is a big deal for the Cubs.
Great expectations surround Kris Bryant.
Bryant and the Cubs will face Padres ace James Shields.
Cubs fans are understandably amped to see Bryant start his MLB career.
The experts believe Bryant will be a difference-maker, if not a star, immediately.
Bryant could be in line to make his major league debut against the Padres.
The ultimate judge of where Bryant plays will be Joe Maddon.
Could the Cubs debut their top prospect soon?