Before you read this post, no one who has ever read this blog at any length can simply say we’re being ‘haters’. We have stated numerous times that Bryce Harper is the greatest young talent we’ve ever seen enter the game of baseball in our lifetime. We never thought we would make a post like this.
Since the relative beginning, we’ve been following Harper. Knowing what he could mean to the game, we’re naturally rooting for him. But now he’s gone the route of a primadonna, and it’s time to question what’s at his core.
These quotes before today’s game are very telling, and pay particular attention to the different pages that he and his old school manager seem to be on.
“Tuesday, that’s kind of early,” Harper said. “I’m thinking Wednesday or Thursday maybe. I’m not sure. We’ll see how I feel. If I feel good, then I’ll go play. If I feel something isn’t right, then I’m not going to go play. It depends on how I’m feeling.
“I would like to be at six or seven games (on reha