There are a lot of different kinds of ballplayers. There are the players who are just so amazed to be getting paid to follow their passion that they come across as happy all the time. Then there are the ones who come across as spoiled little brats, who are more concerned with preserving their badass self-image than they are creating such an image through making consistent contact with the ball. Bryce Harper, outfielder for the Washington Nationals, is such a player. Harper is good, don’t get me wrong. But the man can throw a tantrum better than a four-year-old. If he strikes out, he’s been known to throw his helmet on the ground and jump up and down. Bless his little $900,000-a-year cotton socks. “Blues Walk” is a raised-chin, eyes-narrowed, stare-you-down, “see if I care because I’m just that good” kind of a jazz song. You do you, Harper.