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Bryce Harper Suspended Two Games For Arguing Called Third Strike

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The soon-to-be No. 1 pick of the 2010 MLB Draft has most likely ended his amateur playing career on a very sour note.

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Seventeen-year-old baseball phenom Bryce Harper was ejected from his first tournament game earlier today while playing for College of Southern Nevada, according to Bob Nightengale. Harper was ejected for arguing a called third strike:

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It's official. Bryce Harper is suspended for 2 games, meaning that he very well may have played his last amateur game.

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So what happens now? Harper sits and waits for Monday when his name will most likely be called by the Washington Nationals as this year's No. 1 draft pick. And then he has the tough duty of accepting a boatload of cash.

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It's a hard life, but now and again you have to argue that third strike call.