Sep 3 11:54a
Bryant's season at Triple-A Iowa came to an end Tuesday, with the 22-year-old finishing with a .295 batting average, 21 homers, 57 RBI and seven stolen bases in 70 games.
In including his production from Double-A Tennessee earlier in the campaign, Bryant finished with a combined total of 43 homers, the highest single-season total in the minors since former Angels prospect Brandon Wood socked 43 in 2005. If he doesn't enter 2015 as the top prospect in baseball, Bryant will almost assuredly be in the top five of most lists. Though Bryant wasn't included among the Cubs' September call-ups, it'd be an upset if he didn't open the season as a regular player in the majors at either third base or the corner outfield.