What's a 19-year old single male with a mohawk to do in Washington, D.C. on a Monday night? Why look for a baseball game of course. Failing that crashing a softball game between the World Wildlife Fund and the Alliance to Save Energy would have to do. Well, that's if you're Washington Nationals rookie outfielder Bryce Harper. It isn't quite Willie Mays playing stickball in Harlem but it's still pretty cool.
Bryce Harper, one of the most highly touted baseball prospects ever and the Washington Nationals 2010 first overall draft pick, has yet to play a game in the big leagues, but that hasn’t stopped him from making a few enemies at the ... Read Post
On Monday, Major League Baseball suspended Cole Hamels of the Phillies five games for intentionally hitting Nationals’ standout rookie Bryce Harper with a pitch during Philadelphia’s 9-3 win over Washington on Sunday night. After th... Read Post