Kris Bryant's last three months have been pretty spectacular.
The Cubs third baseman ended a 108-year curse, won a National League MVP award and, Saturday, married longtime girlfriend Jessica Delp.
There were plenty of familiar faces at Bryant's wedding celebration, as Cubs teammates showed up in full force.
Obviously, the other half of Bryzzo wasn't going to miss the party.
Jason Heyward also made an appearance.
After hearing about Heyward's now-famous speech during the Game 7 rain delay, one could assume he made a killer toast, right?
John Lackey was in attendance, too, but not to get a haircut or win a World Series. Apparently, he was just there to rock a stylish(?) hat.
BOSTON — Andrew Benintendi hit a solo homer off Jake Arrieta during a five-run first inning, and the Boston Red Sox held on to beat the Cubs 5-4 on Friday night.
Every Boston starter had at least one hit, and Hanley Ramirez, Mitch Moreland, Jackie Bradley Jr. and Christian Vazquez drove in a run each.
Left-hander Drew Pomeranz got the win with six innings of two-run ball, surrendering solo homers to Kris Bryant and Albert Almora Jr. in the early innings before settling in. He allowed six hits and two walks while striking out seven.
Boston has won its last nine interleague games at Fenway Park.
Arrieta logged his shortest start since Aug. 28, 2014, lasting only 4 1/3 innings and giving up 10 hits and three walks with five strikeouts.
Mick Gillispie — the broadcaster for the Double-A Tennessee Smokies as well as the Cubs' spring training broadcaster — joins Tony Andracki to break down some of the organization's top prospects, analyzing the beginning of the 2017 season for guys Ian Happ, Duane Underwood, Eloy Jimenez, Chesny Young, Victor Caratini and Trevor Clifton.
Mick also explains the wackiest game in Smokies history, how a winning culture has disseminated throughout the Cubs minor-league teams and what the World Series ring ceremony was like in Tennessee.
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