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acsguitar wrote:Give the kid a wood bat and the we'll see. I'm impressed but Metal bat = meh
Big Pimpin wrote:acsguitar wrote:Give the kid a wood bat and the we'll see. I'm impressed but Metal bat = meh
I read somewhere that in the HR contest at Tropicana, they did try with wood bats. No one hit a HR but Bryce did hit one off the wall.
2008 All World Team
Awards for the Most Homeruns Hit (4) and the Most RBIs (16)
2008 USA Baseball 16U Championships
Team who just brought home gold
in the Pan Am Games in Mexico
Why I mostly support Bryce Harper's decision to skip high school
When big Bryce Harper made the cover of Sports Illustrated two weeks ago, I knew we'd soon again be hearing from the 16-year-old 'chosen one.'
But not quite this soon.
On Sunday, the sophomore from Las Vegas found his way into national headlines again when his father announced that Bryce will forgo his final two years of high school and use a GED to enroll in a community college this August. Though it more or less makes a mockery of our education system, the Harpers' plan would make Bryce eligible for the 2010 draft, where he could conceivably be the Nationals' No. 1 pick and eventually join forces with Stephen Strasburg to save Washington baseball from itself.
It's a controversial decision, to be sure, but Ron Harper says he and his son are prepared to hear from the inevitable haters.
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