Washington Nationals star Bryce Harper may have had the most embarrassing moment of his young career on Sunday. Harper led off the sixth inning of the Nationals' game against the Milwaukee Brewers with a walk. After Harper took a decent lead off first base, Brewers pitcher Yovani Gallardo threw over to first baseman Mark Reynolds. Show More Summary
In a new ESPN commercial, Bryce Harper can’t hold back tears while watching “Field of Dreams’’ in an editing room, causing his famous eye-black to smear.
W+K New York tapped young Washington Nationals star Bryce Harper for their latest “This is SportsCenter” spot for ESPN, choosing to go an unexpected route with the outfielder. In the 30-second spot, Harper sits in an office watching Field of Dreams with SportsCenter host Hannah Storm. Show More Summary
He’s a lover, not a bat breaker. Bryce Harper wears eye black, crushes pitches and can out-stare a stuffed big horn. The Washington Nationals outfielder is, among many things, an intimidating sight to behold. But despite his wild-eyed,...Show More Summary
Before we get on with what, I think, is going to be something like my 16th spirited defense of Bryce Harper, I must grant that this is one for the "Had you told me" file. It goes like this: Had you told me in 2012 that the young Washington...Show More Summary
After striking out in a game against the Chicago Cubs on Sunday, Washington Nationals slugger Bryce Harper decided the best course of action would be to let off some steam by breaking his bat over his knee. Unfortunately for Harper, maple ain't no twig. [MLB.com, h/t For the Win] Read more MLB news on BleacherReport.com
Oven Mitts? That's what the Washington Nationals are using to protect both Bryce Harper and Ryan Zimmerman, essentially. With Harper coming back on Monday after missing eight weeks rehabbing from thumb surgery, it appears he's wearing the mitt to protect his hand on the bases, though nothing is known about why Zimmerman is also wearing it. Show More Summary
The show “Seinfeld” will turn 25 on July 5, making it older than Neymar, Bryce Harper, Johnny Manziel and a whole slew of today’s best athletes. But back then, Seinfeld hosted some of the hottest athletes of the 90s and early aughts, including Yankees’ players Derek Jeter, Bernie Williams, and Paul O’Neill. Even the famously […]
Jake Arrieta comes four outs short of a no-hitter at Fenway Park, while Rajai Davis sends the Tigers to a dramatic walk-off win. Elsewhere, Scott Kazmir's apparent leg injury proved to be nothing more than cramps, and Bryce Harper returned...Show More Summary
Many moons from now, we're probably not going to be singing songs of Bryce Harper's return from the disabled list on June 30, 2014. In this moment, however, Harper's return is at least worth talking about. While not quite the stuff of...Show More Summary
Adam LaRoche homered, Ryan Zimmerman had three hits and Ian Desmond added two doubles and three RBIs as the Washington Nationals welcomed back Bryce Harper with a 7-3 win over the Colorado Rockies on Monday night.
The Washington Nationals have reinstated Bryce Harper from the 15-day disabled list after the star outfielder missed 59 games because of a torn ligament in his left thumb.
Bryce Harper's thumb is likely healed, as proven by Saturday's appearance for the Harrisburg Senators. Read more...
Washington outfielder Bryce Harper hit three home runs and drove in five runs Saturday for double-A Harrisburg in a minor league rehabilitation game against Akron. The Nationals are optimistic the 2012 NL rookie of the year, on the disabled list since April because of a torn ligament in his...
Bryce Harper hit three home runs on Saturday while finishing up his rehab stint with the Washington Nationals’ class AA team, Harrisburg. The Nationals wanted to see how Harper would do in back to back starts before having the superstar rejoin the team on Monday in Washington. In typical Bryce Harper fashion, he announced he
"I love bad pitches. That's my problem." -words to live by Nationals outfielder Bryce Harper was 2-for-3 with a home run, a walk and four RBI in his second minor league rehab game with Class-A Potomac on Tuesday night, but the 21-year-old...Show More Summary
The Nationals put Bryce Harper's opening day jersey up for sale in an online auction.
A very ill Bryce Harper vomited off the field on Wednesday but dominated on it.
When Bryce Harper exactly will begin a minor league rehab assignment remains a mystery, even to his manager. The All-Star outfielder has been sidelined since April 26 and had ligament surgery on his left thumb last month.
Washington Nationals slugger Bryce Harper showed plenty of pop Thursday in his first on-field batting practice since undergoing ligament surgery on his left thumb last month, but he's still a way off from returning to the big league club.