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CHICAGO – While the young talent on the roster is all the rage for the Chicago Cubs, there are still some veterans that need to be a steadying influence for all this to move forward smoothly.
Late charge falls short for San Diego
Kris Bryant got a standing ovation for his first major league hit and reached base five times Saturday in the Chicago Cubs' 7-6, 11-inning win over the San Diego Padres.
Kris Bryant records his first career RBI as the Cubs hold off a ninth-inning rally by the Padres and walk off in the ninth on Starlin Castro's RBI single.
Kris Bryant gets his first hits and his first RBI, Miguel Montero had two home runs and Starlin Castro drove in the game winner in the 11th
Chicago Cubs third baseman Kris Bryant smacked an RBI single for his first major league hit.
Martinez went rooting around the sticks and branches and says he found a ball that the ivy never yielded.
Maddon likes coaching young players and dealing with a top prospect's debut is nothing new for the veteran manager.
The Baseball Tonight crew discusses Kris Bryant's debut with the Cubs.
The Cubs' rookie went hitless in his much-anticipated debut, but still enjoyed taking it all in at a Wrigley lovefest.
Kris Bryant went 0-for-4 and struck out three times in his debut with the Cubs in their 5-4 loss to the Padres.
It was a tough first game for the Cubs phenom as social media captures Bryant's debut in real time.
Kris Bryant and Chicago Cubs manager Joe Maddon discuss Bryant's debut with the Cubs.
Big game James is leading the NL in strikeouts
A three-run home run by San Diego's Wil Myers spoiled the first big-league game for the Cubs' phenom third baseman.