Cubs rookie Kris Bryant moved to Chicago in April. Although his name is already engrained in the North Side faithful, his face is not as recognizable.

Bryant, 23, went undercover with Lyft to drive strangers around Wrigleyville. Bryant looks like any displaced West Coast kid trying to make some extra cash in the Windy City. He strikes up conversations about baseball with his clients before revealing himself.

Bryant lets his riders ramble about baseball players' lack of athleticism, the losing nature of the Cubs and how the team is trying to make Bryant its poster boy.

Bryant is batting .274 with 24 home runs and 93 RBI, making him a frontrunner for NL Rookie of the Year. He is a two-time Rookie of the Month and made the All-Star team in July.

Naturally, this video triggers memories of Jimmy Fallon's segment of Matt Harvey asking New Yorkers about himself during his 2013 breakout season.

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