"He's a big Cardinals fan so. yeah, boo", Bryant told Dempster.
The 2019 Cubs Convention is heating up, and that means candid interview after candid interview. Bryant was obviously trying to get some easy laughs from the fan base, who by the way loves to hate the Cardinals, and now Cardinals fans and players are salty?
"I remember when I was getting traded", he said, "and they asked me, 'Hey, how about St. Louis?' I said, 'Zero chance, pal". "There should be respect and you should play and compete with respect ... only stupid players and losers make comments like the ones made by bryant and dempster".
For the second year in a row, comments made by a Cubs player at the team's annual fan fest downtown have sparked something of a war of words with the rival Cardinals.
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He posted photos of Bryant and Dempster with this caption: "All stars, elite players and leaders of their teams do not speak bad about any city".
Reliever John Brebbia also said, "cry me a river, loser" when responding to Bryant's comments. Just playing against them, they're very frustrating, and they're the best talent out there.
But catcher Yadier Molina, a Cardinal for his entire 15-year career, was hardly amused, and he took to Instagram to share his feelings. The 2016 National League MVP avoided arbitration with a $12.9 million pact this offseason but is eligible for arbitration again next offseason. Bryant said. "Who would want to play in St. Louis?"
Oh and Marcell, I know you've only been with the Cardinals for one season, but just a quick reminder.
Bryant shot back, "No, thank you". Harper and Machado, along with many other top free agents, are still looking for teams, marking the second consecutive winter in which free-agent signings have moved at a snail's pace.