Kris Bryant terrifies Cubs fans everywhere by swimming with sharks

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Among the activities you don’t want your All-Star third baseman partaking in during the offseason include riding a motorcycle, playing with fireworks and oh yeah, swimming with sharks.

The Cubs will have to be sure to write that into Rookie of the Year Kris Bryant’s next contract.

Bryant posted this video to his Instagram page Thursday afternoon.

A video posted by Kris Bryant (@kris_bryant17) on Feb 4, 2016 at 12:03pm PST

Bryant’s fiance, Jessica Delp, posted a similar video:

swimming with S H A R K S A video posted by Jessica Delp (@jessica_delp) on Feb 4, 2016 at 1:01pm PST

It’s hard to tell whether or not Bryant was in a cage when he took the video, but either way, it was enough to frighten Cubs fans.

And who can blame them? How’s he supposed to play third base with one arm?

Take it easy out there, Kris. The Cubs need you.

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