Bryce Harper and Wilson Ramos both hit mammoth home runs in the first inning, and the Washington Nationals beat the Houston Astros 8-5 Friday.
Bryce Harper is huge these days. How huge? We’re talking Brett Favre huge! Have a look: Hat Tip – [CBS-DC]
Spring training is the time of the year when many baseball players come to camp in "the best shape of their lives." When looking at Washington Nationals star Bryce Harper, it looks like he is bigger than he has ever been since turning...Show More Summary
Via WJFK in Washington comes this photo of Bryce Harper, carrying Girl Scout cookies in his newly enormous arms. He said all winter he was lifting, and he wasn't joking. Read more...
Had the first two years of Bryce Harper's career happened in, say, 2010 and 2011, we undoubtedly would have celebrated the young Washington Nationals slugger as the great young player in MLB. But noooooooo. Harper just had to come along right when Mike Trout came along in 2012. Show More Summary
MLB players never want to be falsely accused of taking performance enhancing drugs. So when people see what Washington Nationals outfielder Bryce Harper was wearing during spring training, they probably won't be accusing him of anything. Check...Show More Summary
Get one for A-Rod?
Last month, Bryce Harper performed the first ever chicken-eating backflip for KFC as part of Draftfcb Chicago’s “How Do You KFC?” campaign. Now, Draftfcb continues the campaign of people eating chicken in situations where it doesn’t make sense for people to eat chicken, making history with the first ever two-man chickensled. Show More Summary
Allow me to tell you about one thing I'm not sure of and two things I am sure of. The thing I'm not sure of: whether Bryce Harper will be my pick for the 2014 National League MVP. It's still early for such things. As for the two things...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
Who is ready for ‘Fat Bryce Harper’ stories?
The Washington Nationals reaped the benefits of drafting within the top-10 slots in the first round for five consecutive seasons (2007-11), landing players such as Stephen Strasburg and Bryce Harper who have helped reverse the course...Show More Summary
If all those fighters knew it was this easy, there would probably be a lot less tension in the locker room. When Bryce Harper, the Washington Nationals' 21-year-old all-star center fielder, decided he wanted to go after a UFC belt, he employed a new method: He tweeted the UFC and asked for one. Show More Summary
Through the first two seasons of Bryce Harper's career, he's shown prodigious power at a young age. If his offseason plan comes to fruition, he'll be bigger and stronger than ever in 2014. According to Anna McDonald of ESPN, Bryce Harper is looking to bulk up this winter after finishing the 2013 season at 218 pounds. Show More Summary
Washington Nationals phenom Bryce Harper is already a pretty big guy at 6'2'' and 230 pounds, but it appears that he just isn't satisfied. According to Bill Baer from HardballTalk.com, Harper wants to get "as big as a house" before the...Show More Summary
ESPN.com's Anna McDonald got to wondering how baseball players spend their winters, and actually broke a bit of semi-surprising news: "I'm excited to take a month off, that's something I'm excited for, let the body rest," Bryce Harper said recently. Show More Summary
A few months back, an MLB executive told Jon Heyman of CBS Sports that Shin-Soo Choo could get a $90-100 million deal as a free agent this offseason. To most in the baseball world, that figure seemed high. His agent, Scott Boras, thought...Show More Summary
Bryce Harper's quick ascent to the majors could actually cost him millions of dollars in 2015, the last year of the $9.9 million big league contract he signed after he was the first player taken in the 2010 draft. Unlike some major league...Show More Summary
I've always liked how Nationals third baseman Ryan Zimmerman has carried himself as a professional baseball player - even though he has been overshadowed by the likes of Bryce Harper and Stephen Strasburg in recent years. Zimmerman has...Show More Summary