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Rockies' Kris Bryant: In walking boot, without timeline
Bryant has been wearing a walking boot on his injured left foot since landing on the injured list Aug. 1 and is without a timeline for a return, Patrick Saunders of The Denver Post reports.
Bryant is eligible to return from the IL this week, but the fact that he's still in a boot and has yet to advance to baseball activities suggests he'll be sidelined beyond the minimum 10 days. Until Bryant's plantar fasciitis dissipates and he's able to shed the boot and resume running, fielding and hitting, the Rockies likely won't provide a target date for his return. With just under two months left in the season, fantasy managers in shallower leagues in particular may not have the luxury of stashing Bryant, since his return doesn't seem to be imminent.... See More ... See Less
Rockies' Kris Bryant: Making another trip to IL
The Rockies placed Bryant on the 10-day injured list Monday with plantar fasciitis in his left foot.
Bryant was set to start in Monday's series opener with the Padres despite suffering a recurrence of plantar fasciitis in Sunday's loss to the Dodgers, but he was scratched from the lineup and will wind up being sidelined for at least nine more days. The 30-year-old has played in just 42 games during his first season in Colorado while landing on the IL on three different occasions.... See More ... See Less
Rockies' Kris Bryant: Scratched from Monday's lineup
Bryant (foot) was scratched from Monday's lineup against the Padres, Thomas Harding of MLB.com reports.
He left Sunday's game with the injury and was originally slated to be right back in Monday's lineup, but apparently he will need at least one full day off. Garrett Hampson was added to the lineup.... See More ... See Less
Rockies' Kris Bryant: Starting Monday
Bryant (foot) is starting Monday's game against the Padres, Patrick Lyons of TheDNVR.com reports.
Bryant exited Sunday's matchup against the Dodgers due to left foot soreness, but he's serving as the designated hitter and batting third during Monday's series opener in San Diego. Over his last six games, he's hit .350 with two doubles, three runs, two walks and five strikeouts.... See More ... See Less
Rockies' Kris Bryant: Exits with foot injury
Bryant was removed in the top of the sixth inning of Sunday's game against the Dodgers with left foot soreness, Fabian Ardaya of The Athletic reports.
Bryant acknowledged a few days ago that he had been playing through plantar fasciitis in the same foot since the week before the All-Star break, so it's not a great sign that he was forced to exit early Sunday on account of the issue. Yonathan Daza came off the bench to replace Bryant, who went 0-for-2 with a walk and a run scored prior to departing. He can be viewed as day-to-day heading into Monday's series opener in San Diego until the Rockies provide another update on his condition.... See More ... See Less
Rockies' Kris Bryant: Playing through plantar fasciitis
Bryant, who went 1-for-3 with a walk during Tuesday's loss to the White Sox, revealed after the game that he's dealing with plantar fasciitis in his left foot, Patrick Lyons of TheDNVR.com reports.
The veteran slugger sat out Monday's contest with the injury, but he returned to the lineup Tuesday as the designated hitter. Bryant looks as though he'll attempt to play through the issue, but he could see more action as a DH as opposed to playing the outfield.... See More ... See Less
Rockies' Kris Bryant: Playing through foot issue
Bryant, who was out held out of Monday's game due to a foot injury, is batting third as the designated hitter Tuesday against the White Sox, Patrick Lyons of TheDNVR.com reports.
Bryant went 4-for-14 with two doubles, a home run, two walks and three runs in three games against Milwaukee before sitting out Monday, and he'll rejoin the lineup for Tuesday's series opener versus Chicago. Any injury news is noteworthy given the 30-year-old's medical history, but the foot issue appears to be a minor concern.... See More ... See Less
Rockies' Kris Bryant: Not in Monday's lineup
Bryant isn't starting Monday against the Brewers.
Bryant is getting a breather Monday after he went 4-for-14 with a homer, two doubles, three runs, two RBI, two walks and two strikeouts over the last three games. Yonathan Daza will start in left field and bat second.... See More ... See Less
Rockies' Kris Bryant: Doubles twice, homers
Bryant went 3-for-5 with two doubles, a home run, two RBI, two runs scored and a walk in a 10-9 loss Sunday in Milwaukee.
Bryant doubled and scored in the third, blasted a two-run homer in the fifth and doubled again in the eighth. It was his fourth three-hit game in July as he's posted a .338/.403/.662 with five homers this month. The 30-year-old has had some long hot streaks in his career and could salvage his first season in Colorado with a healthy, productive final two months.... See More ... See Less
Rockies' Kris Bryant: Stays hot with three hits
Bryant went 3-for-3 with a walk and an RBI in a 2-0 win over the Pirates on Saturday.
Bryant has been on a tear lately. His three-hit game lifted his season average to .311 to go along with a .377 OBP. Bryant missed most of June with a lower back strain, but the issue appears to not be bothering him any longer. The 30-year-old left fielder is now slashing a blistering .395/.458/.767 over the last 15 days with four home runs during that stretch.... See More ... See Less
Rockies' Kris Bryant: Drives in one in return
Bryant went 0-for-4 with a walk and an RBI on Thursday against the Padres.
Bryant returned from a three-day absence while on paternity leave. He took advantage of Blake Snell's control problems, drawing a bases-loaded walk to drive in his 11th run of the season. Since returning from the injured list June 27, Bryant has hit .314 while slugging four home runs, seven RBI and 10 runs scored across 13 games.... See More ... See Less
Rockies' Kris Bryant: Returns from paternity leave
The Rockies reinstated Bryant (personal) from the paternity list Thursday, Kyle Newman of The Denver Post reports. He'll start in left field and bat third in the Rockies' series finale with the Padres.
Bryant took the maximum three days away from the team to be with his wife and their newborn twins, but he'll make his return to action Thursday. With Bryant back in the fold, Garrett Hampson and Yonathan Daza could lose out on opportunities in the outfield moving forward.... See More ... See Less
Rockies' Kris Bryant: Headed for paternity leave
Bryant is expected to be placed on the paternity list Monday while he awaits the birth of his child, Danielle Allentuck of The Denver Gazette reports.
Bryant exited Sunday's 3-2 win over the Diamondbacks due to cramping, but it'll be a personal matter that will keep him out for the start of the Rockies' home series with the Padres. Expect Colorado to officially place Bryant on the paternity list shortly before Monday's 8:40 p.m. ET opening pitch, with MLB rules allowing the 30-year-old to remain away from the team for 1-to-3 days. Bryant should be fully recovered from the cramping issue by then and will likely rejoin the lineup for Thursday's series finale with San Diego.... See More ... See Less
Rockies' Kris Bryant: Move to paternity list official
The Rockies officially placed Bryant (personal) on the paternity list Monday, Patrick Saunders of The Denver Post
Bryant doesn't appear as a bench option on the Rockies' lineup card for Monday's game against the Padres while Sam Hilliard does, implying that the latter player was called up from Triple-A Albuquerque to replace Bryant on the active roster. Per MLB rules, Bryant is able to spend 1-to-3 days away from the team while on the paternity list, so fantasy managers likely shouldn't count on him returning to the lineup until Thursday's series finale with the Padres. Bryant exited late in Sunday's win over the Diamondbacks after experiencing cramping, but he should be ready to step back in as an everyday player once he rejoins the team.... See More ... See Less
Rockies' Kris Bryant: Removed due to cramping
Bryant was removed from Sunday's game against the Diamondbacks in the eighth inning due to cramping, Patrick Saunders of The Denver Post reports.
Although Bryant was replaced defensively in the eighth inning, manager Bud Black said after the game that the 30-year-old is fine. Prior to his departure, he went 1-for-3 with a walk. Bryant should be considered day-to-day ahead of Monday's series opener against the Padres.... See More ... See Less
Rockies' Kris Bryant: Keeps mashing Saturday
Bryant went 1-for-4 with a solo home run in Saturday's 9-2 loss to the Diamondbacks.
Bryant continues to tap into his power in July, as he's gone yard four times in his last five games. That stretch accounts for all of his homers this season. He's gone 12-for-32 (.375) this month to raise his season slash line to .299/.358/.477 with 10 RBI and 21 runs scored through 28 contests overall.... See More ... See Less
Rockies' Kris Bryant: Powers offense Friday
Bryant went 3-for-4 with a pair of solo home runs, a double and a walk in Friday's 6-5 win over the Diamondbacks.
Bryant opened the scoring in the first inning with a homer, and he added another long ball in the seventh. All three of his homers this season have come in the last four contests as he finally looks healthy and comfortable with his new team. The 30-year-old is up to a .301/.362/.456 slash line with nine RBI, 20 runs scored and seven doubles through 27 games, and he could be poised for a big second half of the campaign.... See More ... See Less
Rockies' Kris Bryant: Hitting well since return
Bryant went 1-for-4 with a double, an RBI and a run scored Thursday against the Diamondbacks.
Bryant got Colorado's offense on track in the first inning with an RBI double before also coming around to score. Since returning from the injured list June 27, Bryant is slashing .306/.342/.444 to go along with three RBI and seven runs scored across 38 plate appearances. Bothered by a back injury for most of the first half of the campaign, Bryant appears to be fully healthy and ready to contribute over the final three months of the season.... See More ... See Less
Rockies' Kris Bryant: Hits first homer with new team
Bryant went 2-for-4 with a solo home run in Tuesday's 5-2 loss to the Dodgers.
Bryant got the Rockies back within two runs with his sixth-inning blast, which was his first homer of the year. The lack of power has been mostly due to injury issues that have left the 30-year-old limited to 24 games this year. He's showing signs of heating up lately, going 9-for-21 (.429) in his last five games. Overall, Bryant is slashing .293/.350/.380 with six RBI, 16 runs scored and five doubles this season.... See More ... See Less
Rockies' Kris Bryant: Receives Sunday off
Bryant is out of the lineup for Sunday's game against the Diamondbacks, Patrick Saunders of The Denver Post reports.
Bryant appears to be receiving a routine maintenance day following his recent return from his second stint on the injured list of the season. After being activated Monday, Bryant started in five consecutive games in left field or at designated hitter and went 7-for-21 with a walk, four runs and an RBI. Connor Joe will replace Bryant in left field for the series finale.... See More ... See Less
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