Chicago Cubs’ Kris Bryant (17) is greeted by third base coach Will Venable (25) after hitting a house run through the eighth inning of a baseball recreation towards the Washington Nationals, Friday, Might 17, 2019, in Washington.
Kris Bryant and the Chicago Cubs saved their greatest for final — dangerous news for a Nationals bullpen that is having a hard enough time as it is.
Bryant matched a profession high with three residence runs and drove in 5 while the Cubs piled on towards Washington’s bullpen in a 14-6 win Friday night time.
Bryant went deep in the seventh, eighth and ninth innings, making him the twelfth player to homer in three straight innings.
“It’s tied for first, I assume. I do not know. The opposite (three-homer recreation) in Cincinnati was great. I had yet one more hit there,” Bryant stated. “It was only a great night time throughout. Myself, a whole lot of the remainder of us had great at-bats.”
Bryant completed with 4 hits and extended his on-base streak to 26 games, a career greatest and the longest lively run within the majors.
“We’ve seen him hit the ball persistently more durable during the last two or three weeks,” Cubs supervisor Joe Maddon stated. “He seems to be like he (did) a few years in the past, and he’s also reacting with the same type of confidence. It’s a good factor to observe right now.”