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Cubs Star Kris Bryant Surprises Fans

It's almost official. Kris Bryant, the third baseman for the Chicago Cubs, is the hottest rookie in baseball this season.

That actually might be an understatement.

Kris Bryant has been among the best in the entire league.

The 23-year old rookie has logged 25 homeruns (tying a franchise rookie record) and 95 RBIs this season. No wonder why all the Cubs fan love their third baseman!

So...Kris Bryant decided to prepare a little surprise for his fans!

Kris Bryant drove undercover for Lyft, a ride-hailing app and surprised a bunch of Chicagoans!

Below is a full video of Kris Bryant as a driver for Lyft. The fans' reactions are priceless.

“I’m actually the third baseman for the Chicago Cubs. I’m Kris Bryant."

That's right. He is the "Kris Bryant".
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@christianmordi Have you seen this? Why is Kris Bryant such a stud! Even though I'm not a Cubs fan, I would really like to see him become the face of the MLB along with Trout, Harper, and all the other young guns!
he is hot lol
I feel like Kris Bryant should just continue to drive for Lyft. This might just be good editing, but he seems like an easy guy to talk to lol.
@Starbell808 Don't tell me you're gonna be a Cubs fan just because of Bryant haha
@danidee Whoa....you might not want to say this in front of Cubs fans haha! They are trying to make Bryant their poster boy!!!!
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