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Bryce Harper: I don’t think that team is scared of any situation

Bryce Harper, the reigning MVP and Philadelphia hero, could not bring the Phillies back to the World Series. The Diamondbacks shut down the offense and that team in both games 6 and 7. Both of those games were played at the dangerous and almost unwinnable Citizen’s Bank Park. Harper went 0/7 in the final two games of the series.

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In light of the loss, Bryce Harper was absolutely devastated, but that didn’t stop him from giving his props to the D-backs. In his postgame speech he said this about the underdog snakes.

“Watching them prior to this series, I don’t think anything scared that team.” Harper said,  “I don’t think they had any doubts in their minds of coming back here and playing in Philadelphia. I don’t think that team is scared of any situation or any spot.”

High praise from the current October king. Is it true? Do the Diamondbacks not fear anything? Well, I think at this point you have to believe it. They went into Milwaukee and won both games. They went in to Dodger Stadium and won both there. Despite that, everyone still doubted them, saying that the Phillies were unbeatable at CBP. That looked to be the case when the Phillies won both games there. However, despite being down 2-0, despite not having your offense or pitching show up, the Diamondbacks never waivered. They won 2/3 in Arizona to send this series back to Philly. When everyone thought they couldn’t win two in the great CBP, they did. They shut down one of the most legendary October offenses in history at the park where they get all their power. The young Diamondbacks did that. They aren’t scared of anything.

Now, they are about to go and face a team with some of the best pitchers in the league and will be on the road again in Texas. I don’t think they are worried. They are just going to continue playing their chaos baseball and having fun doing it. We will see if that gets them to the Commissioner’s trophy.

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