Kris Bryant Watch is officially over.
The top prospect in baseball is expected to be called up to The Show on Friday, according to CSN Cubs Insider Patrick Mooney.
Here's a rundown of Bryant's minor league action this season:
Thursday, April 16 - Iowa Cubs @ New Orleans Zephyrs
Bryant's only hit of the day was a three-run homer that could be the last of his minor league career with the I-Cubs. It was his third home run of the season, which occurred in the 6th inning. Bryant played third base and went 1-for-4, scoring a run and fanning once.
The I-Cubs won the game, 10-7, earning their fourth win of the season.
Wednesday, April 15 - Iowa Cubs @ New Orleans Zephyrs
After a rainout Tuesday, Bryant and the I-Cubs picked up play again with an early game Wednesday, in which Bryant went 0-for-3 with a walk and a run scored. He was also hit by a pitch and struck out twice as Iowa lost 3-2 in extra innings.
Bryant is now hitting .333 on the season with a 1.004 OPS, two homers, seven RBI and two stolen bases in six games.
Monday, April 13 - Iowa Cubs @ New Orleans Zephyrs
Bryant didn't homer Monday, but he did collect three hits - all singles - in helping the I-Cubs to a 4-1 victory. Bryant didn't score or drive in a run (the bottom of the order did all the damage) and stole his second base of the season. He also made two throwing errors at third base.
Sunday, April 12 - Iowa Cubs @ Memphis Redbirds
Bryant went deep again Sunday, crushing a two-run homer in the seventh to spark Iowa to a 7-2 victory. He also hit a sacrifice fly in the game and finished 1-for-4 with three RBI. Bryant hit third in the lineup, with Addison Russell collecting three hits - including a homer - and two RBI hitting ahead of Bryant.
Saturday, April 11 - Iowa Cubs @ Memphis Redbirds
Bryant broke out of his mini-slump to start the year, going 3-for-4 with a double, his first home run of the year and 3 RBIs.
He added a single and played error-free baseball at third base as the Cubs won 13-0, picking up their first win of the year.
Friday, April 10 - Iowa Cubs @ Memphis Redbirds
Bryant was the cleanup hitter, going 0-for-4 with two strikeouts. He was error-free in nine innings of work at third base.
Iowa finished the game with five hits, losing 8-1.
Thursday, April 9 - Iowa Cubs @ Memphis Redbirds
Bryant hit fourth and went 1-for-4 with a single, an RBI, a run and a stolen base while playing third. He hit behind fellow uber-prospect Russell, who had two hits, a run and an RBI.
Bryant drove in John Andreoli with a two-out single to right and then promptly stole second before Junior Lake's single brought home both Russell and Bryant.
Still, the I-Cubs wound up on the losing end in a 7-4 ballgame.