One of the most important changes that occurred in MLB’s Trade Deadline Day without a doubt it was Kris Bryant on moving from the Chicago Cubs to the San Francisco Giants, with whom he has had an immediate impact by confirming himself as the best team in all of MLB and having them lead in the race for the division against the Los Angeles Dodgers, who have not slowed down either.
The truth is that Bryant’s early days as a member of the Giants have gone down in history, as after hitting his fifth home run with the team he became the 10th player to hit that many home runs in his first 20 games with the team. franchise since moving to San Francisco in 1958.
Along with Bryant are several notable names like Barry Bonds himself, who in the 1993 season also hit 5 home runs in his first 20 games for the Giants. Other notable people include Hall of Famers Orlando “Peruchín” Cepeda and Willie Mays, who in 1959 each hit 7 home runs the same number of games.
Bryant has a .273 / .325 / .532 line since arriving in San Francisco, in addition to 11 RBIs and 5 doubles, in addition to the aforementioned 5 home runs, for a season total of 23.