I did not like his demeanor pre-MLB level. He seemed arrogant, elistist and entitled. This was much of the publics first impression, too. However he really has presented himself differently as a ML'er. He is respectful, selfless, says all the right things, and his huslte / production is exactly what any team would love to have. Ask any detractor, "you might not like him, but would you like to have him on your team?" Anyone would say "of course I would", except for the most stubborn of persons who love to be right about everything even when logic is screaming in their face. BH is simply the player you want to have on your team. Most baseball insiders love the kid and are asking where the negativity is coming from, becuase as a ML'er it is undeserved. I think McCarver is playing the grumpy veteran role who wants to show Harper his way to play. Be more efficient and show the enthusiasm when it's really needed. Well Timmy, shouldn't enthusiasm be presented at all times on the field? That is how BH plays. All out 100% all the time. That is how the greats of the game play. That is the difference between players who play great, and great players.