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Bryce Harper and Ian Desmond engaged in a fairly amusing Twitter exchange on Monday on the bus ride from DC to Philly before the start of the Nats-Phillies series. It all started when Harper complained about the ride:
This bus is killing the game right now! Bored,Hungry, and tired! Not a good 3 to mix together! At least I got pandora! #GoFaster
— Bryce Harper (@Bharper3407) September 2, 2013
Desmond, who spent six years riding buses in the Nats/Expos system from 2004-2009, chimed in.
@Bharper3407 try playing in the minors for 6yrs.
— Ian Desmond (@IanDesmond20) September 2, 2013
@IanDesmond20 Complain to @MilbProblems! #dontlikeitgetbetter
— Bryce Harper (@Bharper3407) September 2, 2013
(Screencap of Harper via CSNWashington.com video)
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