Bryant Named Player of the Week

Bryant2Boise Hawks third-baseman Kris Bryant was honored today as Northwest League Player of the Week, announced by MILB.com.

The second-overall pick in the 2013 first-year players draft helped the Hawks take 4-of-5 games against the defending NWL champion Vancouver Canadians – extending his hit streak to 15 games, the longest in the league this season.

Bryant went 9-for-17 with three doubles, a triple, a home run, and five RBI – while drawing four walks.  He has raised his average to .354 – with 13 of his 23 hits this season going for extra bases and has a 1.108 OPS.  Yesterday, Bryant went 5-for-7 in Boise’s day-night doubleheader and drove in three runs.

The Hawks return to action tomorrow night, opening a three-game series with the Eugene Emeralds at 7:15 p.m.

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