All the things the Phillies probably brought to Las Vegas to entice Bryce Harper
Representatives from the Phillies met with
So, what did they talk about? How many cheesesteaks did Harper eat? Does he like it wit or witout? What does that even mean? Let's review some of things the Phillies may have enticed Harper with should he sign with them.
A gift certificate for a lifetime supply of cheesesteaks
Sure, $400 or $500 million may seem great, but what about 500 million cheesesteaks? It's not out of the question. Bryce and Kayla are foodies and keep a semi-regular Instagram for the different meals they encounter throughout the year. Bryce has even been known to snack on Fruity Pebbles late at night. The guy loves to eat! There's Pat's and Geno's and even a Tony Luke's right inside Citizen's Bank Park.
This framed, signed picture of 'N sync wearing Phillies jerseys
Have you ever seen anything more beautiful in your life? I know I haven't. Plus, Bryce and Kayla love 90's boy bands.
One-on-one classes with Allen Iverson on how to be a Philadelpia sports star
It's not like Harper really needs it, but sometimes it's difficult adjusting to a new city and adhering oneself to a different, especially passionate, fan base. Although he's from Virginia, Iverson has routinely said, "I am Philadelphia." He took the Sixers to the 2001 finals and is second all-time in points scored in team history. He's also crossed over every man, woman and child to ever put on a basketball jersey.
Workout sessions with Gabe Kapler
It's long been known that the Phillies manager has the body of a Greek god of gym memberships. Along with these private sessions and Philadelphia's friendly confines, Harper might hit 70 homers per season. He can even balance out Kapler's hardcore regimens with
A chance to be Gritty for the day
How could anybody turn it down? An opportunity to become a Philadelphia legend who's already surpassed the likes of Rocky,