Paul Roumeliotis

Kris Bryant leaves Cubs-Rockies game after getting hit in the head with a pitch

Kris Bryant leaves Cubs-Rockies game after getting hit in the head with a pitch

It was a scary scene at Coors Field on Sunday afternoon.

Kris Bryant left the series finale between the Cubs and Rockies early after getting hit in the head by a pitch in his first at-bat of the game.

Immediately, manager Joe Maddon ran out of the visiting dugout to hold onto a visibily dazed Bryant. Trainers looked at the Cubs third baseman for about a minute before helping him exit the game.

The Cubs say Bryant passed all tests and will continue to be evaluted.

Cubs hitting coaches Chili Davis and Andy Haines were ejected for protesting immediately after Bryant got hit by the pitch.

UPDATE: The Chicago Tribune's Mark Gonzales reported that Bryant is expected to travel with the team to Cleveland, but there doesn't appear to be more of an update yet.

Javier Baez does more Javier Baez things in Cubs' blowout win over Rockies

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Javier Baez does more Javier Baez things in Cubs' blowout win over Rockies

Javier Baez continued his hot streak on Friday night.

The 25-year-old infielder went 4-for-6 with a homer, a double and four RBIs as the Cubs cruised past the Colorado Rockies, 16-5. Batting in the second spot, he fell a triple short of the cycle.

This GIF was basically Baez all night: 

His night started with a two-run homer in the first inning. Did it look familiar?

Baez now has nine hits in his last 16 at-bats. He also ranks second in the league in RBIs this season with 20, trailing Jed Lowrie (21) of the Oakland A's.

On Friday night, his play drew some "Javy! Javy! Javy!" chants multiple times from the Coors Field crowd, one of which came after a risky baserunning play in the fifth inning. Baez was on second base when Kris Bryant hit a chopper to the shortstop. Baez took off for third. He was initially called out, but it was overturned after a video review. Two runs would go on to score, and the Cubs would continue to pour it on the rest of the game.

Just another game of Javy doing Javy things.

Some crazy stats from the White Sox-Athletics 14-inning game

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Some crazy stats from the White Sox-Athletics 14-inning game

Wednesday's White Sox-A's game lasted five hours and 48 minutes. 

It went 14 innings and the White Sox lost by a 12-11 final score in Oakland.

A lot happened, and some of what happened seems like forever ago.

Remember how Carson Fulmer started the game? Or that Yoan Moncada hit a grand slam in the second inning? How about when the White Sox had an early five-run lead?

Like we said, a lot happened.

The South Siders didn't come out on top, but there were some wild stats our NBC Sports Chicago stats guru Chris Kamka compiled.

The good news? The White Sox have a day off on Thursday.