When you’re as hot as Bryce Harper is right now, even your routine pop-outs somehow turn into home runs. That’s exactly what happened to the Washington Nationals outfielder during Tuesday night’s game against the Cubbies at Wrigley, as he tossed his bat in disgust when he thought he had surrendered the first out of the […]
"God, I hate this stupid fly ball so mu-- oh wait nm I'll just round the bases." Did you know that they call Chicago "The Windy City?" True story! Your browser does not support iframes. Bryce Harper looked like he was about to go smash up a Gatorade cooler until he realized he had just hit another home run. Eh, he'll probably go smash up a Gatorade cooler, anyway. But happily.
Bryce Harper has been so unreal at the dish lately that even when he fails, he wins. The Washington Nationals superstar lofted what he believed was an out in the seventh inning against the Chicago Cubs on Tuesday. The 22-year-old tossed...Show More Summary
Harper even tossed his bat.
At the age of 22, Washington Nationals phenom Bryce Harper is the early favorite to win the 2015 National League Most Valuable Player award. However, he's not ready to say that he is the best player on the planet. One could argue that Harper has in fact been the best player in baseball this season. Show More Summary
The Nationals’ young outfielder has an 1.198 OPS, but says Mike Trout has done more to prove himself.
Bryce Harper’s torrid hot streak, which began with his first career three-home run game on May 6, has helped carry the Nationals to the top of the National League East and revived the comparisons of the 22-year-old Nationals outfielder to Angels outfielder Mike Trout.Read full article >>
Las Vegas natives Bryce Harper and Kris Bryant grew up playing baseball with and against each other. On Monday, the 22-year-old Harper and 23-year-old Bryant were in opposing dugouts at the big league level for the first time.Read full article >>
Bryce Harper, who is currently doing amazing things, says Mike Trout remains the man in MLB: “I still believe Trout is the best player in the game, hands down.” Read more...
Bryce Harper is on a historic hot streak.Bryce Harper: only player in live-ball era to notch at least.522 BA, 11 HR, 24 RBI over 14-game span http://t.co/g8UTqePWILRead full article >>
When the Cubs and Nationals squared off for the first time this season on Memorial Day, each team featured their own version of a baseball phenom. Bryce Harper and Kris Bryant don't seem like identical players at first glance, but the...Show More Summary
At 9 months apart in age, Bryce Harper and Kris Bryant ran in the same Las Vegas baseball circles as kids and teens, young prodigies with beaming futures. Harper, of course, took the unconventional path to superstardom. His well-known...Show More Summary
On Memorial Day, two of D.C.’s most recognizable — if not most popular — athletes expressed their thanks for veterans.Bryce Harper, who is in Chicago with the Nationals for a matinee game against the Cubs, posted a photo of the camouflage Memorial Day uniforms all Major League Baseball teams will wear today. Show More Summary
CHICAGO — As Bryce Harper astutely pointed out before Monday’s game against the Cubs, he is not a pitcher. He will not face Cubs third baseman Kris Bryant in any isolated matchup during this week’s series at Wrigley Field, nor presumably in any other. Show More Summary
PHOENIX – Monday will mark a special reunion at Wrigley Field for Chicago Cubs’ rookie Kris Bryant and Washington Nationals standout Bryce Harper.
The growth of Bryce Harper this season hasn’t solely been limited to more consistent power, improved patience at the plate and his emergence as one of the best players in the baseball. Even when he isn’t smashing balls over the fence, he has found ways to impact games with good at-bats and his defense in right field. Show More Summary
Bryce Harper drove in two runs, Gio Gonzalez outpitched Aaron Harang and the Washington Nationals beat the Philadelphia Phillies 4-1 Sunday for their eighth straight series win.
Over the past two weeks, Bryce Harper has destroyed everything in his path. What's most amazing about his streak, though, is that he just might keep it going.
You know things are going well for your team when even the team manager has a practiced handshake with the team’s star. After (...)
The home run is dead. Just don't tell Bryce Harper and Nelson Cruz. Each slugger launched a long ball Friday night. Cruz smacked his, a bases-empty blast, in the sixth inning of the Seattle Mariners' 4-3 win over the Toronto Blue Jays. Show More Summary