Kris Bryant named National League Player of the Week


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Bryant was named NL Player of the Week
Bryant was named NL Player of the Week

Kris Bryant is back to being Kris Bryant again.

On Monday, MLB announced that Kris Bryant was named National League Player of the Week.

Bryant has been sizzling with a .417 batting average with six runs scored, 10 hits, three doubles, four homers, and 10 RBI, and four walks in six games this past week.

For the season, he is batting .323 (15th in NL) with nine homers (tied 1st), 22 RBIs (tied fourth), and 1.114 OPS (sixth).

He had a grand slam on April 26th against the Atlant Braves, his sixth slam in his MLB career, which is the fifth most in team history.

On Sunday, he went 3-for-5 with a double and to homers in the loss.

Corey Kluber was named the American League player of the week.

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