Bryant Reaches 100 HRs for The Chicago Cubs


Wednesday’s baseball match game mighty impressive with Kris Bryant outstanding performance. Kris Bryant, third baseman of Chicago Cubs hit the fastest century during a 13-4 win at Wrigley Field over the Miami Marlins. He bashed a 403-foot home run in the first inning to reach the milestone and finished the game with two hits.

The club might not win the World Series as often as the New York Yankees, but they still have a history that rivals any other in Major League Baseball. Kris Bryant turns out the 22nd player to reach 100 career home runs and he achieved the feat in just 487 games whereas Ernie Banks needed 500 games.

In 1957, Ernie Banks hit his 100th home run while fellow Hall of Famer Billy Williams connected on his 100th homer in ’64 in the 611th game of his career.

Apart from this, with three hits Anthony Rizzo led the Cubs. With Rizzo and Addison, Chicago scored eight runs in the third innings alone. The Chicago Cubs completed the sweep to move just one game back in the National League Central but are still fourth in the division.

Kristopher Lee Bryant or Kris Bryant is a professional baseball third baseman for the club. Kris Bryant attended the University of San Diego, where he played college baseball for the Torero prior to his professional career.