Dusty Baker shakes up his lineup to start this three-city road trip.
The Nats star has seen a dip in performance in 2016 — and perhaps too much advice.
Six home runs have been commemorated at Nats Park.
Bryce Harper led an offensive outburst with a towering home run into the third deck in right field as the Washington Nationals beat the Los Angeles Dodgers 8-1 on Wednesday night.
If you throw that fastball as straight as an arrow and lay it right over the middle of the plate, your liable to watch it fly all the way out of the ballpark. Bud Norris did just that against Bryce Harper, who proceeded to jerk a big dong to the third deck. Read more...
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For all his talent and potential, Harper just doesn’t yet rank among the all-time greats.
Anthony Rendon will hit cleanup behind Bryce Harper.
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ESPYS last night with my love. So proud of you, B! Oh and WERE ENGAGED… Again ????? #TheSequel #AllStarBreak A photo posted by Kayla Varner (@kayyvarner) on Jul 14, 2016 at 11:31am PDT About a year-and-a-half after their mysteriously canceled nuptials, Nats outfielder Bryce Harper and his high school sweetheart, Kayla Varner, are officially engaged […]
Bryce Harper is engaged again.
The MVP's high school sweetheart shared the good news in an Instagram post.
Bryce Harper won an ESPY award for "Best MLB Player"on Wednesday night, but his hair is the real MVP here. Look at this photo he posted to Instagram on Thursday morning! Is the lens warped? Is it Photoshopped? Or is the Nationals right...Show More Summary
They're not quite playing for pocket change, but these local D.C. athletes are giving their teams great bargains.
What did the Nats superstar have to say about playing in Washington now, after winning an MVP here?
Bryce Harper got his first All-Star Game hit, Daniel Murphy got two, and Max Scherzer came out firing.
"It Comes From Below" promotes the new Harper One cleats.
Stats might be a big deal in baseball, but four-time all-star Bryce Harper wants young players to know there's something more important—their feet. Under Armour is out with a new campaign from Droga5 titled "It Comes from Below," promoting the brand's shoes. Show More Summary
Harper wants to outlaw the DH, wants to give home-field advantage in the World Series to the team with the best record, and wants to watch the "Bachelor."