Throughout the history of sports, there comes the appearance of a generation of superstars whom along with their clubs, rival each other in terms of team superiority, statistical races, and award chases. In the NBA, you had Russell vs. Show More Summary
Entering the 2013 MLB season, perhaps no team garnered as much hype as the Washington Nationals. With a star-studded pitching staff, a deep bullpen and a pair of star hitters, Washington was a favorite to reach the World Series. With the Nationals in the midst of a major slump, it's imperative that we don't let Bryce Harper take the downfall. Show More Summary
Ouchtown, Population: Bryce Harper. The Washington Nationals should not, according to closer Rafael Soriano and most people with working eyeballs, have lost their fourth game in a row to drop [...] The post With Leather’s Watch This: Chillax, Bryce Harper Is Still Just A Young Fella appeared first on With Leather.
Bryce Harper's non-play in right field was interesting enough for a little morning post. And then Rafael Soriano opened his big mouth, and it became absolutely compelling. First, the play: Your browser does not support iframes. That was a two-strike, two-out triple to tie the game in the ninth; the Giants eventually won in the 10th. Show More Summary
After Bryce Harper clumsily ran face-first into the right-field wall at Dodger Stadium, we were assured—by Harper himself and others—that the incident would not prevent Harper from "playing hard" in the future. Those assurances may have been given a bit hastily. Read more...
From slumping to pointing fingers, the Washington Nationals are not enjoying the type of season most expected. The narrative went from bad to worse in the aftermath of a 4-2 loss at the hands of the San Francisco Giants when closer Rafael...Show More Summary
Injuries have continued to plague some of the biggest names in baseball. With David Price the latest Cy Young contender to come up with a sore arm, with Bryce Harper bouncing his head off an unprotected section of fencing and with Ryan Howard limping again, we can only wonder at the hours that the medical staff is putting in. Show More Summary
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My friend Chad Walters has contributed guest posts to my blog (and has been a podcast guest) and I’m happy to return the favor with a guest post on his site: “Guest Post: A Clown Post About Bryce Harper and Warnings.” Since his “Lean Blitz” blog is sports themed, I wrote a post about warning [...]
Popularity of biking to work has more than doubled since 2000. [Housing Complex] Judge rules against D.C. Public Schools closures can go ahead as planned. [WAMU] Why are the Nationals acting like Bryce Harper wasn't concussed? [Deadspin] [ more › ]
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After getting knocked out of Monday's game after running into the right field scoreboard at Dodger Stadium, Washington Nationals superstar Bryce Harper said he is not going to change a thing about how aggressively he plays the game after some criticized him for going full throttle even when his team was leading. Show More Summary
On the wide spectrum of people running face first into walls, Bryce Harper's crash the other night probably fell somewhere between Gus Frerotte and Larry, Curly, and Moe Howard. Harper is an enormously entertaining player who will do many amazing, effortful things in what we hope will be a very long career. Show More Summary
Washington Nationals outfielder Bryce Harper opted to take a one-game rest Tuesday following a nasty collision in which he ran headfirst into the outfield wall while chasing a fly ball. Harper, the reigning National League rookie of the year, suffered the injury Monday against the Los Angeles Dodgers. In the fifth inning of the game, [...]Show More Summary
In the news: D.C. leaders want to spend more on Emancipation Day, Gray and Bowser fight over budget priorities, Bryce Harper is vomit-y. [ more › ]
After Bryce Harper ran full-speed into the Dodger Stadium wall on Monday, he "had no idea where he was." He was nauseous all day yesterday, and couldn't play. He's expected to miss tonight's game as well. But he's totally fine, the Nationals would like to assure everyone. Just a little sore. Read more...
Over the last year, baseball fans have celebrated the rise of Bryce Harper and Mike Trout as the seminal players of the next generation. Both are dynamic talents with the potential for superstardom and possibly future tickets to Cooperstown. Quietly, another phenom is emerging in Baltimore. Show More Summary
(CNN) – Leave it to a sports injury to bring unity to the nation's capital. After Washington Nationals outfielder Bryce Harper crashed into a wall trying to catch a ball Monday night, the Democratic and Republican leaders in the Senate joined up to send their good wishes. Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid, who hails from […]
A couple weeks ago, I wrote an open letter to Bryce Harper asking him to never change. I made it clear that it involved him upholding his style of play, as Bryce Harper just isn't Bryce Harper without the Tasmanian Devil approach to the game. Show More Summary