Chase Utley

Bryant's 2-run homer rallies Cubs past Dodgers 6-4 in 10

Kris Bryant heard the "MVP" chants from the contingent of Chicago fans at Dodger Stadium. Inside the clubhouse, his teammates showered him with more of the same.

Bryant hit a tiebreaking two-run homer in the 10th inning to go with an earlier solo shot, lifting the Cubs over the Los Angeles Dodgers 6-4 on Friday night in the series opener between NL division leaders.

"It's humbling and just keeps me going and keeps me determined to do all I can," Bryant said. "It's pretty cool to hear."

Bryant's NL-leading 35th homer capped a comeback from an earlier two-run deficit and extended the Cubs' winning streak to four games. Bryant heard the...