Hilarious that commenters on the video's YouTube page are calling this a horrible commercial.
I was never, um, good with words…
Not gonna lie, like Cole Hamels, I too would like to see Byrce Harper make the All-Star team as part of the final vote (which ends today). Something about a 19-year-old phenom playing with the best in the world is intriguing to me. Plus, as a baseball fan, the more you see a potential superstar, the better.
But I still think Harper's a douche, and his customized Mercedes-AMG ain't doing him any favors.
In this photo taken by The Nats Blog, we see Harper’s ride complete with tinted windows and tail lights, a curly Nationals’ W (not unlike the one tattooed onto DeSean Jackson’s arm) in place of the Mercedes logo, BAM 34 lettering and, according to The Nats Blog, brakes pad with 34 painted on them.
It's a sweet ride, and much better than Brycecake's monster truck, but some might call that a clown car, bro.
UPDATE: As pointed out by Andrew in the comments, here's the inside:
UPDATE 2: Our fashion editor Dan Fuller found a full gallery of pictures.
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Pretty nice car for a guy in rehab.
Townys go crazy when big time athletes make rehab appearances. Sprung from the doldrums of Walmart and presumably an occupation that includes farming or some derivative thereof, locals can't help but go a little batty when the stars come to town. Sometimes that includes a full walk-around of Brad Lidge's Mercedes.
Bloggers also go a little batty during lazy July days.