He’s got a face you want to punch, hair you want to have, and skills you want on your team. Each of these things makes Bryce Harper easily hate-able in its own way. But as it turns out, he’s a good guy, and it almost makes you want to hate him more:
In case you didn't already love Bryce Harper, (which you should). pic.twitter.com/kfwbPBGkO1
— Craig (@_craigtweets) May 9, 2016
Person familiar with situation confirms story about Harper and the money jar. One of the most booed players in MLB, everyone.
— Chelsea Janes (@chelsea_janes) May 9, 2016
There are “good guy” stories in sports – dude signs extra autographs, takes selfie with fan, etc. – but this is above and beyond. If you still want to hate him, that’s fine. He can be a really good dude and kind of a doucher at the same time. Those things aren’t mutually exclusive. But don’t hate him too much. It’ll make you look jealous, and you gotta save some of that extra hate for when he becomes a Yankee.
Kyle: The Phillies could sign him and Trout over the next five years. It could happen.