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(Ryan Zimmerman: still only 27, still drinks beer from a can. Screen cap via CSNWashington.com video.)
And so, while you're sitting around waiting for news on the Ryan Zimmerman contract front, enjoy the video below of Zim on Sports Talk Live on Thursday from CSNWashington.com. The Face of the Franchise talks contract, goals, his age ("I'm not that old yet...man, I'm 27!"), drinking canned beer, and of course, Bryce Harper. On Harper:
"The hardest thing that he's gonna have is the mental side of it, and learning how to deal with the stage. ...Unfortunately he's 19 and just like everyone else he's gonna have to make mistakes and learn from them. I think we're all excited for him, and when it comes down to it he's gonna help us win a lot of games, and I think that's what it's all about."
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Every so often, a club will have a contest with its star player to see who has the bigger...manhood, shall we say.
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Baseball America released its list of the Top 100 Prospects for 2012 earlier this week. The 23rd annual publication is headlined by Nationals phenom Bryce Harper, but three Cincinnati Reds also made the cut. Here are the names of those players followed by the description BA gave them:
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Instead of having his name over his locker, Nationals outfielder Bryce Harper had a nameplate reading "Joe Namath No. 12."
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