The Washington Nationals have gotten off to a solid 8-6 start in the early going this season, but they received some unfortunate news before their Wednesday game with the Miami Marlins. The team’s official Twitter account updated fans...Show More Summary
Intense? Screaming? Soaking wet? Yup, it’s a new Bryce Harper commercial. The Washington Nationals slugger is soaked head to toe in a new commercial by Gatorade. He’s also tearing the covers off balls and yelling like a wild beast, which...Show More Summary
It was rough for a while there, but it looks like our long Nationals nightmare may finally be over. Yes, Bryce Harper looks like he's back. In the event that you've been distracted by other things —icky, icky goo on Michael Pineda's hand, perhaps —Harper woke up in Washington's three-game sweep of the Miami Marlins this week. Show More Summary
The arrival of generational stars Bryce Harper, Mike Trout and Manny Machado in the major leagues during the 2012 season set a new standard for all future rookie classes. Yet, in spite of the lofty expectations, the overall influx of...Show More Summary
Bryce Harper has been in the public eye since he was in high school, but some baseball fans still can't recognize him even when he is standing right in front of them. Although the Washington Nationals phenom is only 21 years old, he has quickly become one of the biggest names in baseball. Show More Summary
It’s unusual for a prospect to experience a quick, uninterrupted ascent to the major leagues. Despite how it may seem after the emergence of Mike Trout, Bryce Harper, Manny Machado, Jose Fernandez and Xander Bogaerts in recent years,...Show More Summary
Bryce Harper entered Wednesday in the midst of an awful slump, hitting just.160 with zero home runs and zero RBIs in 17 at bats on the season… Then he did this: After being reviewed, Harper’s three-run homer would stand, bringing the Nats to within two runs of the Miami Marlins. Harper finished the game […]
Jayson Werth hit a go-ahead grand slam in the eighth inning off Carlos Marmol after Bryce Harper's upper-deck, three-run homer started a comeback from an early deficit, and the Washington Nationals beat the Miami Marlins 10-7 Wednesday night.
The Washington Nationals' Bryce Harper crushed a three-run bomb Wednesday against the Miami Marlins that hit the upper deck. Harper had been dropped to seventh in the lineup after a slow start this season, and if this bomb is any indication, he's plenty motivated to improve. The home run was reviewed and eventually ruled fair. Read more MLB news on BleacherReport.com
We're barely a week into the season and big names like Ryan Braun, Bryce Harper and Mark Teixeira are spending more time in my column than on the field. Prospects like Jameson Taillon and young studs like Matt Moore have ended up here as well, proving once again that any young pitcher is risky. But that's all we can do right now. Show More Summary
With Wilson Ramos, who batted fourth for the Washington Nationals last Monday, now on the disabled list for the foreseeable future, manager Matt Williams will have to rethink the new-look lineup he pieced together for the Nationals'Show More Summary
After the Nationals ensured that he was not experiencing concussion-like symptoms from being kneed in the head in the opener, Bryce Harper played and went 0 for 4.
The Nationals’ Bryce Harper was in a collision at second base in the top of the second inning, and was back on the field in the bottom of the inning.
Bryce Harper was helped off the field in the second inning after colliding with Mets second baseman Eric Young Jr., but he said he passed his concussion tests and returned to finish the game.
Through eight innings of play, the Washington Nationals’ Bryce Harper has a hit and a walk in four at bats. Oh, and he may also have a bit of a headache after taking a kick to the head from Mets second baseman Eric Young Jr. Check it out: Hat Tip – [@cjzero]
It's not officially baseball season until Bryce Harper goes through a concussion exam. So, it's baseball season. Read more...
Bryce Harper was trying to break up a double-play in the second inning on opening day when his head collided with the shin of Eric Young of the Mets. Harper did not appear to lose consciousness, but was on the ground for several minutes as he was tended to by trainers. Show More Summary
Bryce Harper of the Washington Nationals was ejected after being called out at first base in an exhibition game against the St. Louis Cardinals in Jupiter, Fla.