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    Bryce Harper to the Dodgers

    in 2̶0̶1̶6̶ 2018?

    https://twitter.com/Bharper3407/stat...71116543307776
    Nothing like LA...I love this place! #WestCoast
    Last edited by filihok; 01-27-2014 at 12:49 PM. Reason: Harper's contract confused me

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    Dude... Come on man..

    Your baby can't do this

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    Well, yes, the Angels are technically in Los Angeles.


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    Grrr

    But yes, I'd obviously throw the bank at him if he ever hits fee agency.

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    I love NYC!

    ^ESPN and PSD Agrees

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    He is from Vegas, so the LA and Arizona are probably the closest places to play/live.

    Also, he isn't a free agent until the 2018 offseason.

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    Close this useless thread. Mods Should revoke the ability to create threads for a week when clowns do this.

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    LMAO you can tell its offseason

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    haha really everyone loves LA especially when DC is covered in snow....... Oh and I wouldn't want him on the dodgers he is supposedly a huge prick or douche and we can put better talent into the clubhouse than that with his better than all attitude.....
    Go dodgers!!!!
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    I would give her a ball maybe two!!!!!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bleedinblueball View Post
    hhe is supposedly a huge prick or douche
    Which one is he? A prick or a douche?

    Sounds like a load of crap either way

    http://www.cbssports.com/mlb/writer/...l-win-you-over
    Quote Originally Posted by Denard Span
    But he's a lot more mature than I thought. He respects the game. He hustles.

    It's hard to root against someone who plays that hard.
    Quote Originally Posted by Mike Rizzo
    He goes 100 mph, with his hair on fire. I think that's what endears him to his teammates and the rest of the league.
    Quote Originally Posted by Drew Storen
    It's not just eyewash. It's a Tuesday getaway day game. Every day, he brings it. He's got fire
    Quote Originally Posted by Torii Hunter
    "Because he plays so hard, you think it's fake. It's not. Watch him when he strikes out. It's like, 'urrhhhh.' He hates it, even in spring training.

    "I'll bet you most of the veteran guys will tell you they respect the way he plays."
    Quote Originally Posted by Al Kaline
    Every time I watch him, it's all out. How can you dislike someone like that?"
    Quote Originally Posted by Bobby Cox
    You have to like him. Every single, he's thinking second right out of the box. If that makes them mad, they're in the wrong business.

    How are you going to hate this guy?
    http://m.mlb.com/video/v21230055/phi...ch-steals-home

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    I have nothing against the hard nosed playing of people with talent, I just think his type of arrogance would not fit well with the dodgers and the way we play in LA, he is constantly trying to thumb his nose at opposing players pitchers and coaches. Don't get me wrong he is a beast but chemistry is a big deal the nationals finished 10 games back while we finished first you could talk team talent this and that but they started off sooooooooo strong and we wobbled while in LA every one came together as a team and had fun doing it you can show me quotes all day long but chemistry says a lot.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bleedinblueball View Post
    I have nothing against the hard nosed playing of people with talent, I just think his type of arrogance would not fit well with the dodgers
    Yeah. Yasiel Puig doesn't fit in at all.
    Or does Yasiel have a different type of arrogance?
    If so, what's the difference?

    the nationals finished 10 games back while we finished first
    The Nats won 86 games.
    The Dodgers won 92.
    A 6 game difference, well within the bounds of random variation *source.

    you could talk team talent this and that but they started off sooooooooo strong
    The Nationals were under .500 on May 1st
    They were 1 game over .500 on June 1st
    How is that 'sooooooooo strong'?

    The Nationals went 32 - 16 down the stretch.
    "Down the stretch" is a good indicator of a team coming together, isn't it?

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    puig takes advice from others in the game and seems to use it he has had one half of a season in the mlb while harper has 2 years in the biggs

    It’s impossible to find any talent evaluator who isn’t blown away by Harper’s ability on the field, but it’s equally difficult to find one who doesn’t genuinely dislike the kid. One scout called him among the worst amateur players he’s ever seen from a makeup standpoint, with top-of-the-scale arrogance, a disturbingly large sense of entitlement, and on-field behavior that includes taunting opponents. “He’s just a bad, bad guy,” said one front-office official.

    To be fair to Harper, he has mega-super-duper-agent Scott Boras as an “adviser,” so he’s been able to learn arrogance at the feet of a master. Also, being the prodigy he is, Harper has had a wide clearance to be as much of a raging ****ing ******* as he chooses to be. As Baseball Prospectus noted, teams let their superstars be any personality they want. The benchwarmers who are raging ****ing *******s are the ones who get tossed for their bad attitudes.
    Go dodgers!!!!
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    I would give her a ball maybe two!!!!!!!!

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    I think we are going to be fine for the foreseeable future in the outfield. It will be interesting to see how puig does this coming season although I think he is going to beast and not slump. I think the playoffs showed he is capable of hitting good pitching. Kemp is the one I really want to see recover. If he does, our lineup goes to being elite very quickly with gonzo,hanley,Kemp puig in the heart of the order. I've heard he is lifting again which is a good sign since he didn't do much last offseason and he lost muscle mass from his surgery before.


    The Past, The Present...



    The Future??!!

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    moot point. He will not be wearing Dodger blue for the foreseeable future. We have our own Arrogant bad azz in RF.

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