Bryce Harper makes baseball fun again with (now legal!) emoji bat knob decals

Just a month after Bryce Harper said baseball is a "tired sport" because "you can't express yourself," then sported a "Make Baseball Fun Again" hat after the Nationals' opening day win, the 23-year-old millenial is at it again.Now,

he wants to use cool bat knob decals. With emojis, nonetheless. How dare he! Is nothing sacred? (says Goose Gossage in a basemement somewhere, probably.) MORE: Baseball experiencing power surge | Toddler ranks mascots Favorite Emoji, now my bat sticker! What's your favorite? #💯A photo posted by Bryce Harper (@bharper3407) on Apr 11, 2016 at 11:29am PDTThe only problem is that outlawed personalized bat knob decals in late March. How dare Harper have the audacity to revolt against the baseball powers that be? Kids these days! (says Goose Gossage in a basement somewhere, probably.) But according to the Nationals' Washington Post reporter, baseball didn't find Harper's decal in violation of the policy.  doesn't have a problem with the decal on knob of Bryce Harper's bat, doesn't consider it a rule violation, according to a spokesperson.— Chelsea Janes (@chelsea_janes) April 13, 2016Now, according to UniWatch, everyone can have personal decals on their bat again. Yay, baseball! Welcome back to 2016!Source: issued 4/13 memo stating that after further consideration, personalized bat knob decals are now allowed.— Paul Lukas (@UniWatch) April 16, 2016And thank you, Harper, for standing up for fun. Always keep it 💯

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