Kris Bryant

Kris Bryant is 24, and this season he added a World Series ring and an NL MVP award to his trophy rack. Not too shabby.

Now is the time for Bryant to live it up. He's young, successful, good-looking, famous and pretty much whatever other positive adjectives you want to throw in. He should go all out.

But that is not Bryant's persona. A year ago, after winning the NL Rookie of the Year award, Bryant told ThePostGame he does not go out to bars in Wrigleyville. Instead, choosing to be "low-key."

In a new video with Red Bull, Bryant comes back to Wrigley Field to work on his swing while Cubs fans celebrate outside the stadium, assuming he is out partying.

In just his second season, Bryant was first in the NL and third in MLB in Wins Above Replacement (7.7). Only Mike Trout and Mookie Betts finished with a higher WAR.

No pressure in 2017, Kris. You'll only have to back up a World Series MVP season.

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