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Dylan Bundy says he would hit Bryce Harper 'all four at-bats'

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Matt Vencel of The Sun reported it... referring to Dylan Bundy's thoughts about Bryce Harper's 'kiss'.


At the end of the interview, Davis asked the Bundy brothers how they would handle Bryce Harper if he blew them a kiss after hitting a home run like the cocky Nationals prospect did in a game Monday night.

“If I was pitching the next game, I would hit him all four at-bats,” said Dylan Bundy, winning over most of Baltimore with that answer.

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Here's hoping we are treated to the two of them facing off in the near future.

Hehehe yeah. Funny thing with me is that as late as just days leading up to the draft, I wanted Starling. I still think he would've been a great pick, but I'm pleased we got the guy (Bundy) I'd have taken there as well.

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Haha, I love it... sounds like he has a little Roger Clemens esque fire to him. And no, before anyone says it, I'm not expecting Bundy to be as good as Clemens.

Really, the first thing I thought when I heard about how intense his workouts are. This only furthers that comparison. Obviously, doesn't mean he's going to be Clemens but the dicipline, mindset, and intensity he's shown will only help him get the most of his career.

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