Washington Nationals hero Bryce Harper is trying to make baseball fun again, and he plans to lead by example. But just because he wants to have fun doesn’t mean he won’t be putting in hard work.
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With two home runs already this season, the All-Star right fielder needs only one more to reach 100 for his career. What better way to celebrate than by putting his favorite emoji on his bat. In this case, the emoji perfectly fits the scenario.
Harper is only 23 years old, and hitting this milestone so early in his baseball career is a big deal. As long as he is still producing at an elite level, we could care less about how much fun he’s having.