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Most Stylish MLB Players

Bryce Harper is one of the best young players in baseball, and he's also bringing fresh style to the game. Fashion in the MLB doesn't take center stage the same way it does in the NBA, but that doesn't mean there aren't sharp-dressed...Show More Summary

Zimmermann, Harper Lead Nats Over Blue Jays 2-0 in DH Opener

2 hours agoSports / Baseball : Bats

Jordan Zimmermann allowed six hits in eight innings, Bryce Harper singled home the ahead-run off R.A. Dickey and the Washington Nationals beat the Toronto Blue Jays 2-0 Tuesday in the opener of a day-night doubleheader.

MLB All-Star Game 2015 Voting: Bryce Harper, Matt Carpenter Top 2nd NL Results

The Washington Nationals' Bryce Harper has been one of the best players, if not the best player, in baseball this season. It's hardly surprising that he's leading the National League MLB All-Star Game voting by a landslide margin inShow More Summary

Nats Journal: Bryce Harper (still) leads all National Leaguers in all-star votes, Yunel Escobar fifth among second baseman

Major League Baseball announced updated all-star voting results Tuesday afternoon, and Bryce Harper still leads all National League players with more than 2.3 million votes. The next highest total belongs to Cardinals third baseman Matt Carpenter. He has 1.9 million.Read full article >>

NL All-Star Game vote updated, Bryce Harper leading

Bryce Harper is leading the NL in basically everything, including All-Star votes. The National League vote for the 2015 MLB All-Star Game was updated for the second time, and somehow, no Royals players are leading at any position. Yeah,...Show More Summary

Mike Trout and Bryce Harper are still by themselves

There will be others, but for now, they're in a very private conversation. Wake up. Pour coffee. Type "Bryce Harper and Mike Trout:". Think for a minute. Put a word or several words after the colon. Think for another minute. Or, who am kidding, just start typing. Show More Summary

Nats Journal: Bryce Harper finally might face a pitcher younger than he is

Nearly all of his baseball career, Bryce Harper was younger than his opponents. He played with older players in little league. He was on Las Vegas High’s varsity baseball team as a freshman. He went to junior college when he was supposed to be a junior in high school. Show More Summary

MLB Players Quietly Carrying Their Teams into 2015 Contention

Not everyone gets the Bryce Harper treatment. While the Washington Nationals' right fielder has been generating all sorts of much-deserved buzz, there's also a slew of MLB players like Brian Dozier and Michael Wacha who have quietlyShow More Summary

Nationals’ Bryce Harper doesn’t care about his so-called ‘breakout’

Overshadowed by Mike Trout in his first three seasons in the big leagues, the Nationals’ Bryce Harper is now taking centre stage.

Bryce Harper Comments on Potential Participation in 2015 Home Run Derby

Washington Nationals outfielder Bryce Harper is hitting the ball so well sometimes even his pop-ups are home runs. But that doesn't mean he plans on displaying that power at the Midsummer Classic. Harper said he's unsure whether he'll...Show More Summary

Nats Journal: Nationals-Reds discussion thread: Game 50

Bryce Harper is back in the Nationals‘ lineup Sunday after missing his first game of the season Saturday with a sore back, one caused by being hit by a pitch in Friday night’s game. Reds reliever Tony Cingrani hit Harper in the spine, and he could not get loose in warmups before Saturday’s game.Read full article >>

Nats Journal: Bryce Harper back in Nationals lineup Sunday vs. Reds

CINCINNATI — Bryce Harper is back in the Nationals lineup Sunday against the Reds, a day after he was a late scratch because of back soreness that resulted from being hit by a pitch in the spine Friday night. Michael A. Taylor will be in left field, and Danny Espinosa at second base.Read full article >>

2015 MLB Mock Draft: 1st-Round Predictions and Projections for Top Prospects

The 2015 MLB draft is set to kick off on June 8 in Secaucus, New Jersey. While there are certainly no Stephen Strasburgs, Bryce Harpers or Gerrit Coles this year, there are storylines aplenty even without a consensus No. 1 pick. TheShow More Summary

Roundup: Strasburg Is Placed on D.L. As Depleted Nationals Lose

2 days agoSports / Baseball : Bats

The Nationals, playing without Bryce Harper who had a sore back, have lost consecutive games for the first time since April 26-27.

Shorthanded Washington Nationals fall apart late in loss to Cincinnati Reds

CINCINNATI — The Nationals’ lineup for Saturday’s 8-5 loss to the Reds did not look much like the one they were supposed to use this season. Bryce Harper and Wilson Ramos were not in the lineup. Jayson Werth and Anthony Rendon were not even in town. Once unfamiliar and unexpected faces stood in unexpected places.Read full article >>

Nats Journal: Bryce Harper scratched from Nationals lineup vs. Reds

CINCINNATI — There are two sides to every hit-by-pitch story, one team’s and the other’s, but the story of Bryce Harper getting hit Friday night took a a frustrating turn for the Nationals on Saturday. The man tied for the major league...Show More Summary

Bryce Harper Injury: Updates on Nationals Star's Back and Return

Bryce Harper has been on a torrid pace in May, leading the Washington Nationals into first place in the National League East. Unfortunately, the star outfielder will be out for at least one game with a sore back. Continue for updates. Harper...Show More Summary

Nats Journal: Bryce Harper gets hit, then hits 102-mph fastball

CINCINNATI — Sometimes it feels like every night this season has been Bryce Harper’s night. He’ll homer, more than once if he can, get a key hit in a key moment, walk a couple times, get ejected, whatever. Through the first seven innings, Friday’s game did not seem like one in which Harper would play a memorable role. He did, of course.Read full article >>

Bryce Harper hit by pitch, Reds unhappy with his stroll to 1B

Washington Nationals outfielder Bryce Harper had an eventful Friday night against the Reds in Cincinnati. Not only did Harper single off a 102-mph fastball from closer Aroldis Chapman, but he also got hit in the back by a fastball from...Show More Summary

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