Do the Yankees and Dodgers have payroll room to add Bryce Harper in three years? Sure, but so does just about everyone else. Is it too early to start talking about the idea of Bryce Harper on the open market, breaking free agency and getting enough money to build an underground lair? According to the Internet, it is not. Show More Summary
The Potomac Nationals released their 2016 promotional schedule on Friday and it has enough giveaways and theme nights to appeal to everyone, including bobblehead collectors, Seinfeld fans, bobblehead collectors who are also Seinfeld fans and people who don’t have enough half-man, half-something else figurines in their lives. (Does anyone?)Read full article >>
NEW YORK — Until it was his turn to speak, Bryce Harper was nervous. Sitting on the dais throughout the ceremony, he occasionally bit his fingernail or fiddled with his phone, on which he had written his acceptance speech for his 2015 National League most valuable player award. Show More Summary
Bryce Harper accepted the NL MVP award Friday after a phenomenal season, and the 23-year-old superstar fought back tears while talking (...)
It looks like the D.C. area might be developing a cohesive sports collective. Or, at least, that’s what Bryce Harper wants you to think with this Instagram post. The jacked Washington Nationals player hit the gym in a t-shirt donning Redskins QB Kirk Cousins‘ catchphrase from an early-season moment of exuberance. “You like that” -Kirk […]
Bryce Harper, among his many other accomplishments, has given us one of the immortal D.C.-sports utterances in recent years -- say it with me now -- “That’s a clown question, bro.” On Tuesday, he paid homage to another instant classic of more recent vintage.Read full article >>
Bryce Harper is having a fantastic offseason. He won the NL MVP Award, unanimously. He also dyed his hair an incredible color. Then he got some tremendous workouts in. After that, his hometown of Las Vegas gave him the key to the city.Read full article >>
What's scarier than Bryce Harper? How about Bryce Harper stacked on top of Yoenis Cespedes ? Not literally, of course, although that would indeed be scary. As a middle-of-the-lineup duo for the Washington Nationals or anyone else, however,...Show More Summary
Nationals acquired outfielder from Jays for reliever Drew Storen.
It’s a great idea that Bryce Harper supports.
Some personal highlights and lowlights regarding baseball in the year 2015. The 2015 team of the year was the Kansas City Royals. The 2015 player of the year was Bryce Harper. The 2015 defensive play of the year was the one where Josh Donaldson dove headfirst into a random dude's chest. Show More Summary
As 2015 draws to a close, The Washington Post reflects on the figures that commanded the spotlight. These are the names that most impacted their sport and the sports world as a whole … for better and for worse.Read full article >>
Anybody who has watched Washington Nationals outfielder Bryce Harper in his first four years in the majors knows he has incredible strength. As this video shows, the 2015 National League Most Valuable Player wasn't just born with the ability to crush 450-foot home runs. Show More Summary
Washington Nationals outfielder Bryce Harper and Chicago Cubs third baseman Kris Bryant received keys to the city on Thursday night in their home town of Las Vegas, courtesy of the city’s Mayor Carolyn Goodman. The duo, who played against each other in Little League, were both on hand for the event that drew more than 1,000 people.Read full article >>
It was about time someone made a song honoring Bryce Harper. On Wednesday, rapper Wale did the honors. Always one to throw out sports references in his lyrics, the Washington, D.C., native included all types of baseball analogies in the three-minute song appropriately titled "MVP." The beat goes pretty hard, and Wale flows over it well. Show More Summary
The DC-born rapper namechecks Max Scherzer in his new single.
The Washington Nationals are in a spot where they can glance back and see a less-than-awesome 2015 season and also look forward at a future that could take both of their biggest homegrown stars away. An enviable spot? Well, no. But if...Show More Summary
The Nats’ young superstar gave fans a special treat at the team’s Winterfest event.
Nationals players made paper snowflakes, played Pictionary and Family Feud, decorated gingerbread men, posed for photos, signed autographs and read stories to kids among many other activities over two jam-packed days at Winterfest over the weekend.Read full article >>
Every Washington Nationals player at Winterfest addressed the media at some point during the weekend, shuffling through questions about their offseasons, injuries and the state of the organization. Some provided news, others laughs, few noteworthy because of their presence alone. Show More Summary