Found October 15, 2012 on STLSportsMinute:
Washington Nationals outfielder Bryce Harper is just nineteen years of age and had himself a very nice rookie season. But it is widely known that the kid has some growing up to do and has made news frequently for things he has said or done on and off the field. Take for example earlier this season in Toronto when he responded to an ill-advised reporters question with the infamous "that's a clown question bro."  Or earlier in the Nationals series with the Cardinals, when Harper was snappy with Hall of Fame journalist Rick Hummel after Game Two. In Friday night's Game Five meltdown, Harper may have shown his immaturity once again. In the ninth inning, shortly after the Cardinals had just finished their epic four run inning, Harper struck out on a Jason Motte fastball that was about four feet out of the strike zone.  Harper then appeared to make a gesture out towards the field by grabbing his crotch and also saying something.  Check it out for yourself. Harpe...
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