Kris Bryant and Jessica Delp spend day off at Shedd Aquarium

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The Cubs had their first day off since the All-Star break, and all the players spent it at the Shedd Aquarium.

Rookie third baseman Kris Bryant has never been to the famous aquarium in Chicago, but he changed that on Monday.

Bryant and his girlfriend Jessica Delp went the aquarium and acted like kids as they awed over the huge fish tanks with the exotic fish.

The Shedd Aquarium knew Bryant and the Cubs were in the building, and a scuba diver who fed the fish put on a customize Cubs jersey while swimming with the fishes.

Bryant deserved the day off after a rough start since the All-Star break, hitting .177 with three home runs and 17 RBI.

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