Bryce Harper had a monster 2015 season. He batted .330 with 42 home runs and and 99 RBI en route to the 23-year-old's first NL MVP Award (his birthday is in October).
Harper is by no means a public relations MVP. With the Nationals not making the playoffs, the biggest Harper news down the stretch was him getting choked in the dugout by teammate Jonathan Papelbon.
Appearing on SportsCenter with Scott Van Pelt Thursday night, Harper said he wanted to avoid becoming a meme. In the process, he made himself a meme.
Harper was asked if he would rather keep his home-run power and be bald or keep his hair but lose his home-run power. He stalled his answer in fear of "may-mays." Or "mei-meis." Or "meé-meés," however that may be spelled.
Bryce Harper, you continue to amaze us. Sorry for the clown questions, bro.
Fun fact: Harper, who just finished his fourth MLB season, is nine months younger than 2015 NL Rookie of the Year Award winner, Kris Bryant.