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2022 Batting

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HR
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OPS
On-base Plus Slugging
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Regular Season .306 5 14 .851 0

Top Kris Bryant News

  • Rockies' Kris Bryant: Entering spring training healthy

    Bryant (foot) said Sunday he'll entering spring training healthy and with no restrictions, Patrick Saunders of The Denver Post reports.

    Rockies general manager Bill Schmidt previously noted in December that Bryant was on track to be healthy for the start of spring training, and it appears the 31-year-old's workouts over the past six weeks have gone well enough for that to come to fruition. The first year of Bryant's seven-year, $182 million deal with the Rockies was a trainwreck, as he played in just 42 games before plantar fasciitis ended his campaign in early August.

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  • Rockies' Kris Bryant: On track for spring training

    Rockies GM Bill Schmidt said Thursday the training staff indicated that Bryant (foot) "looks good," and the organization is "optimistic" the slugger will be healthy for the start of spring training, Patrick Saunders of The Denver Post reports.

    The 30-year-old signed a seven-year, $182 million deal with the club in March, but his first year in Colorado was a disaster, as plantar fasciitis limited him to only 42 games. Bryant finished with a .306/.376/.475 slash line but had only five home runs in 181 plate appearances. He has a couple more months to get up to full health before the start of spring training in February.

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  • Rockies' Kris Bryant: Officially done for season

    Bryant (foot) confirmed Saturday that he won't be returning this season, Thomas Harding of MLB.com reports.

    Bryant hasn't played since July while battling plantar fasciitis, and while he's been swinging since mid-September, he's evidently run out of time to make it back this season. Pressing just to play in the final few games of the year doesn't make sense for a player on a non-contender who signed a $182 million deal over the winter, so Bryant's first season as a Rockie will end with him appearing in just 42 games.

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  • Rockies' Kris Bryant: Still no timetable for return

    Rockies manager Bud Black said Tuesday that Bryant (foot) is still receiving treatment and participating in activities, but there remains "no timetable" in place for his return, Patrick Lyons of TheDNVR.com reports.

    The former NL MVP hasn't seen the field since July 31 after landing on the injured list due to plantar fasciitis in his left foot. Based on Black's comments and the lack of urgency that seems to surround Bryant's situation, it is worth wondering if he will return at all this season.

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  • Rockies' Kris Bryant: Takes batting practice

    Bryant (foot) took batting practice ahead of Monday's game against the Giants, Thomas Harding of MLB.com reports.

    Bryant has been taking swings and increasing his activity level over the last week, and it was encouraging to see him face live pitching Monday. He hopes he'll be able to rejoin the Rockies prior to the end of the regular season, but it's possible that he requires a rehab assignment prior to being activated.

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  • Rockies' Kris Bryant: Taking swings

    Manager Bud Black said Tuesday that Bryant (foot) shed his protective walking boot, is taking swings and "increasing his activity in the weight room," though the slugger remains without an official return timeline, Joey Pollizze of MLB.com reports.

    Bryant has been on the shelf with plantar fasciitis in his left foot since the start of August, and it remains unclear whether he'll be able to retake the field this season. The resumption of baseball activities is an encouraging sign, but he'll need to ramp up his rehab work in the coming days to have a legitimate chance of returning in the closing stages of the campaign.

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  • Rockies' Kris Bryant: May not return this year

    Bryant (foot) could still return this season, but the Rockies aren't counting on that happening, Patrick Saunders of The Denver Post reports.

    Manager Bud Black is holding out hope that Bryant will be able to return, but the fact that it's being reported in those terms suggests that a return may not be all that likely. Injuries have unfortunately been the story of Bryant's first season in Colorado, as he's been limited to just 42 games, though he's been effective when available, slashing .306/.376/.475.

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  • Rockies' Kris Bryant: Improving, but still lacks timeline

    Bryant (foot) has increased his activities of late, but he remains in and out of a walking boot as of Monday and is still without a definitive timeline for a return from the 10-day injured list, Danielle Allentuck of The Denver Gazette reports.

    Though the Rockies aren't yet shutting Bryant down for 2022, he's still likely at least a week or more away from resuming full activities, which won't be possible until he sheds the walking boot entirely. Bryant has been on the IL since Aug. 1 while contending with plantar fasciitis in his left foot, appearing in just 42 games for Colorado prior to that in what's been an injury-plagued campaign. While Bryant has been sidelined, Sean Bouchard has taken over as the Rockies' primary option in left field.

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  • Rockies' Kris Bryant: Return still unclear

    Manager Bud Black said that the Rockies will not have an update on Bryant's (foot) potential return for another 7-to-10 days, according to an interview on MLB.com.

    Bryant has spent time out of his walking boot since undergoing a PRP injection Aug. 24, but the team doesn't have any additional information at this time. Bryant has been limited to only 42 games and 181 plate appearances during his first season with Colorado due to both foot and back injuries.

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  • Rockies' Kris Bryant: Gets PRP injection

    Bryant received a platelet-rich injection for his left foot Wednesday, Thomas Harding of MLB.com reports.

    Bryant has been on the injured list since the beginning of August due to plantar fasciitis in his left foot and has been in a walking boot. The Rockies aren't yet sure whether the 30-year-old will be able to return this season, but he'll be evaluated in 7-to-10 days after receiving his injection.

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  • Rockies' Kris Bryant: Remains in walking boot

    Manager Bud Black said Tuesday that Bryant (foot) continues to wear a protective walking boot, and it has yet to be determined whether or not the Rockies star will return this season, Patrick Saunders of The Denver Post reports.

    The 30-year-old has been wearing the walking boot since landing on the injured list Aug. 1 with plantar fasciitis in his left foot, and even a basic return timeline won't come into focus until he sheds the boot and is able to resume running. At this point Bryant is looking at a mid-September return at best given the time it would take him to ramp up his workouts, and there's decent chance he doesn't retake the field in 2022.

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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.

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  • 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.

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  • 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.

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  • 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.

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Player Bio

HT/WT: 6-5, 230 lbs
Birthplace: Las Vegas, NV
Age: 31
Experience: 7
Bats/Throws: R, R