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Cubs Give Update on Bryant After Star Hit in Head by Pitch

Chicago Cubs third baseman Kris Bryant was forced to exit Sunday’s game against the Colorado Rockies after he was struck in the head by a pitch, the team said. The Cubs say that Bryant suffered a small laceration above his eye from where his sunglasses impacted his face, but that he had passed all concussion tests thus far.  Gas Prices Inch Closer to $4 per Gallon The team also expects Bryant to travel with his teammates to Cleveland, where they will play the Indians on Tuesday. The incident occurred in the first inning of the game when a pitch from German Marquez went inside on Bryant, striking him on the bill of his helmet. The ball also appeared to glance off Bryant’s sunglasses and face, and trainers immediately rushed to his aid: Easy Fixes to City Streets Could Save Taxpayers Millions: Attorney Bryant left the game because of the incident, and David Bote came in to replace him at third base in the winning effort. Photo Credit: Getty Images This story uses functionality that may not work in our app. Click here to open the story in your web browser.
Source: NBC San Diego

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