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D.C. Sports Bog reports that Washington Nationals phenom Bryce Harper — and apparently, an aspiring ladies man — has been very aggressive in his campaign to secure cover boy status on MLB 13, tweeting like a madman and pulling out whatever steps are necessary to land on the front of the to-be-released video game. Harper has kicked it up a notch with his latest effort, a video entitled, “For the Ladies,” in which he attempts to show off his softer, romantic side in a bid to make himself appear more alluring to the ladies, who I am sure you know comprise a huge part of the baseball video game-buying market. Nevertheless, watching Bryce Harper utter the words, “To all the ladies out there, I’d really appreciate it if you voted for me to be the ‘MLB 13: The Show’ cover athlete today,” and adding, “But I just want you to know that I’ve been thinking about you, too. Baby, I got you flowers,” before placing a rose in his mouth and hissing…or growling…or something…well, it’s, once agai
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Bryce Harper's campaign to win the Cover Showdown for MLB 13 The Show continues with the above video of Harper explaining his different eyeblack styles.
He calls this one "the demon":
Vote for Harper here or Tweet #MLB13Harper. We hope there's no cover jinx...
(See also: Harper's original cover showdown video, Bryce Harper the poet video)
Washington Nationals outfielder Bryce Harper wants your vote to be the cover athlete for MLB '13 The Show video game for PlayStation 3. However, Harper's latest video for his campaign is mainly "For The Ladies", and would seem to be his attempt to "be as sexy as you can".
Video via PlayStation. H/T Sportress.
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