Rizzo calls Kris Bryant at CubsCon

Tanya Simon
January 21, 2019

Dempster was asking Bryant casual questions about his off-season when he started to explain how St. Louis is one of the cities that he does not like playing in, calling it "boring". "So boring. It's so boring", Bryant said.

We have been talking about how improved the Cardinals figure to be in 2019 - they might even compete for a playoff spot for the first time in years - and with that, the rivalry with the Cubs figures to heat back up. And Kris Bryant is sure to hear it from the Busch Stadium faithful.

"All stars, elite players and leaders of their teams do not speak bad about any city", Yadi posted to Instagram.

Bryant and Molina will have a chance to settle the score on the field when the Cubs take on the Cardinals in early May. Perhaps Molina and Bryant can work out their differences then.

Bryant said Nelly made his pitch to Harper to join the Cardinals - as seen in a TMZ video clip.

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I have known Bob Nightengale and Buster Olney for many years and have always had a good professional relationship with both.

Eventually, the comments reached the internet and the Cardinals players themselves began to respond, starting with St. Louis reliever John Brebbia who said, "Cry me a river, loser".

He was asked about going to a Nelly concert in Las Vegas, the same concert where the St. Louis-born rapper made his pitch to get Bryce harper to sign with St. Louis.

Rightfully so, Harper has been viewed as one of the most sought-after free agents this offseason when looking at how quickly he's been able to emerge as one of the to players in all of baseball, whether it involves his ability in the outfield or simply the fact that he's a power hitter.

If St. Louis' young pitching makes a leap, it could be all over but the crying for the losers on the North Side.

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