Perhaps inspired by Bryce “Ice” Harper, LeBron James changed up his hairstyle and adopted a new persona for what seems to (...)
Bryce Harper? Who? Oh wait, the Washington Nationals outfielder? That’s so in-season. It’s the off-season now. So, without (...)
Whoa. Bryce Harper appears to be making some major changes this offseason. Hair tends to remind me of super heroes, so as long as he’s sticking with this look, we’re just going to call him “Ice” Harper. Also, is that a black eye? Let’s just hope the Nationals outfielder is taking care of himself while the team watches the playoffs from the couch.Read full article >>
Just a few weeks before that infamous skirmish with teammate Bryce Harper, Nationals pitcher Jonathan Papelbon and wife, Ashley, purchased a $2.9 million Belle Haven home. And just in case tension with the prized slugger means Papelbon will get bounced from Washington before he’s even had the chance to unpack the moving boxes, another D.C. celeb […]
Only two days vacant, the Nationals‘ managerial vacancy is an extremely attractive one. Despite the likely departures of key players via free agency, the Nationals have a solid core in Bryce Harper, Ryan Zimmerman, Max Scherzer, Stephen Strasburg and Jayson Werth, along with youngsters Felipe Rivero, Michael A. Show More Summary
The Nationals’ 2015 season, filled with so much expectation and promise, was a crazy ride. The season seesawed wildly for six months, from the historic highs — Max Scherzer’s no-hitters, Bryce Harper’s hitting — to head-shaking lows — the struggles, injuries, mistakes and elimination from playoff contention.Read full article >>
Hmm, who was the most incompetent coach/manager fired today? Well, we can start with Matt Williams. I’m very disappointed. I was looking forward to the inevitable incident next year in which Williams asked Bryce Harper to bunt a runner from second to third with one out on a 3-0 count, popped it up, was stabbed […]
Terrible year reached its nadir on Sept. 27, when Jonathan Papelbon grabbed Bryce Harper by the throat in the dugour during a game.
Bryce Harper deserves to be named the National League’s most valuable player, but the numbers he put up are among the best in major league history.Bryce Harper tied for the league lead in home runs (42) with Nolan Arenado, and was just five off the MLB leader, Chris Davis (47, including two to cap off the season yesterday). Show More Summary
Miguel Cabrera wins AL crown for fourth time in five years.
Even though he suffered a badly bruised shin on Saturday, Bryce Harper wanted to play the final game of the Nationals’ season. He had 99 RBI, a number he didn’t want to get stuck on, and he held a minuscule lead over Dee Gordon in the race for the National League batting title. Show More Summary
NEW YORK — Bryce Harper walked to home plate at Citi Field a few minutes before 6 p.m. Sunday afternoon, booed heavily as usual. The Washington Nationals were one out away from the end of the most disappointing season in their short D.C. Show More Summary
Miami's Dee Gordon had three hits on the final day of the season to edge Washington's Bryce Harper for the NL batting title Sunday, and Detroit's Miguel Cabrera won his fourth AL championship in five years.
Dee Gordon went 3 for 4 with a home run and a double to win the NL batting title over Washington's Bryce Harper and outfielder Ichiro Suzuki pitched the eighth inning as the Miami Marlins fell to the Philadelphia Phillies 7-2 on Sunday at Citizens Bank Park.
The Nationals beat the Mets in both games of a doubleheader, with Scherzer turning in a dominating performance in the second game, in which the Mets’ only base runner came on a throwing error.
In the first game of a doubleheader, the Nationals played spoilers as the Mets remained a half-game behind the Dodgers in the fight to host the first two games of their division series.
Bryce Harper dented the New York Mets' playoff position, connecting in the eighth inning for his 42nd home run that sent the Washington Nationals to a 3-1 win Saturday in the opener of a day-night doubleheader.
The Nationals end their season Sunday against the New York Mets, setting up a long winter of wondering what might have been for players and fans. For all the highlights of 2015 — Max Scherzer’s no-hitter, Bryce Harper’s MVP-worthy season — the lowlights were pretty low. Show More Summary
Also this week: What the Washington Nationals dugout clash between Jonathan Papelbon and Bryce Harper says about the culture of baseball.