Postseason hero Kris Bryant cemented his legacy in Cubs history when he batted .308 during the 2016 postseason.
Bryant helped the Cubs battle back in three must-win games to win the World Series.
In Game 5, with the Cubs down three games to one against Cleveland, KB got the Cubs offense going in the bottom of the fourth when he led off the inning with a home run. Bryant’s homer would be the game-winning run in the Cubs’ 3-2 victory.
In Game 6 in Cleveland, it was Bryant’s first-inning homer to lead the offensive surge in the 9-3 win. Bryant went 1-4 in the game to keep the Cubs World Series hopes alive.
On the biggest stage in Game 7, Bryant not only scored a pair of runs but fielded Michael Martinez’s ground ball for the final out in the 10th inning thus breaking the Curse of the Billy Goat.