Bryce Harper Best Quotes

Bryce Aron Max Harper (born October 16, 1992) is an American professional baseball outfielder for the Washington Nationals of Major League Baseball. Harper was selected by the Nationals with the first overall pick in the 2010 Major League Baseball Draft. He stands at 6 feet 3 inches and weighs 225 lbs. Enjoy Bryce Harper’s best quotes below.

Bryce Harper
“I’d rather be a good person off the field than a good baseball player on the field.”
“I love the way people talk crap. I hear it all the time. ‘Overrated.’ ‘You suck.’ I’ll just do something to shut them up, like, ‘I’ll show you.’”
“If you don’t have dreams, you don’t have a life.”
“I’m not trying to fit in with nobody. I’m just me.”
“I want my teammates to know I have their backs.”
“I wish my abs were a little bit better. God gave me a great body, but I think my abs could be better than they are.”
“It’s not like I’m out eating McDonald’s and Del Taco every night. I eat good: my mom fixes dinner every single night – baked chicken, fish – she cooks a great meal every single night.”
“You don’t ever want to go out there and not be the best. You want to be the best cop that you can. Be the best writer you can be. Everybody has their goals. Everybody has their dreams.”
“Baseball needs more superstars.”
“I always wanted to be a major-league baseball player.”
“I think I play center field better than I do anywhere else. I have enough speed and enough reaction to know where the ball goes off the bat.”
“People say, ‘Weren’t you deprived of your childhood?’ No way. I would not take anything back at all. Everything about it was great. I got to go places, meet people, play baseball against older kids and better competition. I had a great time.”
“I don’t want everybody to just see the baseball side of me.”
“I expect perfection from myself.”
“My dad, he worked rebar, an ironworker. Watching my pops get up every single morning, going into work, working hard – I think that really made me want to work that hard, wanted to make me get up early and go for a run or get a lift in or get some extra hitting in and really try to better myself every day.”
“I think you have to be respectful to the people who want to talk to you.”
“I’ve always talked to the media. I’m pretty respectful to the media.”
“D.C. fans, I think, are so good. They just come up to me, and they’re so nice and so polite and just, ‘Hey, I hope you have a great career,’ and ‘How are you doing, everything’s good?’ That’s pretty much where they leave it at.”
“I can squat 405. I’m proud of that – that’s one of my favorites.”
“I hate BYU. There are a lot of Mormons that don’t like BYU.”
“I know more about UFC than the wrestling circuit. I think everybody’s a pretty good guy in the UFC.”
“I love being around my family.”
“I love working hard; I think people know that.”
“I put more pressure on myself than anybody in this world.”
“I want to play the game hard. I want to ram it down your throat, put you into left field when I’m going into second base.”
“If I had to describe myself in one word, ‘Hercules.’”
“My body feels pretty unbelievable.”
“Seriously, it takes me, like, 30 minutes to do my hair before a game.”
“There’s nobody as sexy as Robinson Cano in the box. I had a coach, Chris Sheff, who always told me to be as sexy as you can in the box.”
“When I hit the ball, I do want to hurt it.”
“When you hit a three-run triple, do you really need to get on third base, or do you need to stand on the double? You gotta be as smart as you can.”
“Baseball players have such a bad rap of, like, ‘We don’t work out or we’re not strong or this or that.’ Guys work so hard in baseball, it’s incredible. But people don’t know that.”
“I don’t wish that I was playing football. I love baseball, and the way I play is like it’s my last day ever playing it. I do like football, but you’ve got to respect that it’s not like baseball.”
“I went to school, but nobody really noticed me. I just came to school, didn’t dress up or anything – just a ghost. I just worked out and went out to the field and went the baseball route. That’s how I’ve always been my whole life.”
“It’s funny to me because everyone says I’m injury prone. That’s hilarious to me because I’ve never blown a hammy or a shoulder or anything like that, knock on wood.”
“Playing football, I’m getting chills just thinking about it. That first knock of the game, you are going on kickoff, and you are just trying to smack somebody just as hard as you can. That’s how I play baseball. I want to hit you.”
“Sleep is huge. That’s your biggest way of recovering. In baseball, it’s such a hard sleep schedule during the season, but you try to do the best you can. Because you can take all the protein drinks, you can do all these things, but your recovery is your sleep.”
“Spirituality is something that makes you who you are on and off the field. It’s something you try and live by. The way you play is one thing, but the way you act is a little different. You’re just trying to be a good person, the best you can be, on and off the field.”

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