Bryce Harper’s unprecedented ascent to the major leagues, from a 17-year-old first overall draft pick to a headline-creating, 19-year-old rookie center fielder for the Washington Nationals, dropped him into the middle of the best season of D.C. baseball since the Great Depression. Washington Post sports reporters chronicled each moment on and off the field, from his first press conference in Washington, to watching him wash dishes after dinner at his parents’ house, to his debut at Dodger Stadium. Nowhere was his journey detailed better than in these collected stories from the Post.
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A good book
Just a collection of articles
I thought this was going to be a biography, but it was just a collection of articles, presumably from the Post. It does give a decent look at his start and follows him through his first season, but there is lots of repetition, and not much depth.