Kris Bryant is the 2016 National League Most Valuable Player.
The Cubs' third baseman was declared the winner on Thursday night, receiving 29 of 30 first-place votes and finishing ahead of fellow semifinalists Daniel Murphy and Corey Seager.
Bryant totaled 415 points in the voting, besting second-place finisher Murphy, who had 245 points.
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Bryant is the 11th winner in Cubs history and the first in 18 years. Sammy Sosa was the most-recent winner in 1998.
In just his second season in the majors, Bryant captured the MVP a year after he was the NL Rookie of the Year.
Bryant posted a .292/.385/.554 slash line with 39 home runs, 35 doubles, 102 RBIs and 121 runs scored. He led the NL in runs scored and ranked in the top six in the NL in homers, OPS, slugging percentage and RBIs.