He hasn’t even turned 25 yet, and he’s won awards as the top college, minor-league and rookie player. All-Star in his first two MLB seasons. Helped the Cubs win their first World Series in 108 years. And yesterday, he was named the (nearly unanimous) National League MVP. So what’s next, Kris Bryant? “It’s all downhill from here,” he joked. “This year has certainly been one of the best years of my life, winning the World Series, and now this is just icing on the cake.” Bryant joins rare Cubs company as the MVP, but his dad knew it all along. Changing gears completely … Steve Rosenbloom would like you, Tom Ricketts, to leave Steve Bartman alone. And you’ll never guess who bought David Ross’ Game 7 catching gear for a cool $50,000 (ok, you might guess). But back to Bryant – no days off for the MVP.