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Wouldn't it be nice to have that guy?
Did ya'll see the bazifle on that guy on the throw to the plate the other day? I don't know whether to be happy for him, or mad because he didn't come, although I cannot blame him one iota.
This is not even mentioning his elite bat. Oh, boy. He can run too, if I am not mistaken. I true five tool guy, right?
Ally will beat the crap out of Uga.
Would have been nice to have Jeter, ARod, Pujols, etc.
What in the world makes you think Bryce Harper was ever considering Carolina. The closest he got was coming to watch his brother play. We had as much interest from Bryce Harper as we did from the guys I mentioned.
Bryce Harper knew he was going to the pros since he was 15. He only went to a 1 year JC to play at higher competition while still HS age.
Going to see his home debut tonight in DC! Real excited to finally see Bryce in person in the big leagues.
I thought that he had committed to USC at one point, did he not?
Nope, he didn't ever suggest that he was going to a 4-year school. He's a rare talent but he still has a long way to go.
I think he did commit at a certain point. Not much was made about it because everyone knew he was going pro.
Go! Fight! Win! Kick Ass!
Incorrect. Bryce got his GED so he could get out of high school early, played a year of JUCO and won the Golden Spikes award in the year that would have been his senior year in high school. He never committed to anyone except that JUCO.
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His brother pitched here for a year, either 2010 or last year.
I guess the greatest yardcock that never was would have to be Hall-of-Famer Wade Boggs. Actually signed a Letter-of-Intent, but never enrolled. Can anyone think of someone who was or became a bigger name than Boggs that actually signed w/Carolina??
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