Washington Nationals outfielder Bryce Harper, 22, has reportedly agreed to terms on a two-year deal, according to Fox Sports' Ken Rosenthal. The two sides came together after disputes over his contract prior to Monday, per Adam Kilgore...Show More Summary
You have to wonder at this point if Bryce Harper and the Washington Nationals are ever going to get along. If you paid attention during the 2014 season, you'll know of a couple incidents where things got tense between Harper and Nationals manager Matt Williams. Show More Summary
The Washington Nationals held its annual NatsFest on Saturday, an interactive event for fans, but one key player missing was outfielder Bryce Harper, who did not attend the event, with a pending grievance hearing against the team scheduled...Show More Summary
Your Wednesday look at the game includes more on the free agency of Lester and Scherzer, extension talks for Bryce Harper and Jose Fernandez, and a majestic beard. Listen, we know it's tough to catch up on everything happening in the baseball world each morning. Show More Summary
The Nationals and Bryce Harper are in a contract dispute. Here's why it won't be settled with a long-term extension. The Nationals are heading for a tussle with Bryce Harper. To save millions over the next four years, the Nationals are...Show More Summary
The Boston Red Sox, according to most rumors — not to mention common sense — will be looking to thin out their surplus of outfielders this offseason, dealing at least one of the group away as part of a package to pull in a front-line starting pitcher such as Cole Hamels or Chris Sale. Show More Summary
He “dreamed out loud” to design them, too!
Bryce Harper hits flashy home runs and now he's going to be getting married in a flashy tux. Harper is in charge of designing tuxedos. Going with Bespoke brilliant Navy sharkskin & Cognac colored leather shoes. #vegas #fb #lvrj #mlb — Norm Clarke (@Norm_Clarke) October 13, 2014 Yes, sharkskin. Show More Summary
Ah, is that a whiff of Kardashian we detect emanating from Bryce Harper’s upcoming nuptials? The Washington National’s January wedding to longtime girlfriend, Ohio State soccer player Kayla Varner, seems to be going the way of the modern celebrity ceremony, which often features high-profile product placements, from cupcakes to wedding bands, along with the rice […]
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Bryce Harper joins Miguel Cabrera as the only other player in MLB history to hit three home runs in a postseason series while under the age of 22. Bleacher Report will be bringing sports fans the most interesting and engaging Cold Hard Fact of the day, presented by Coors Light. Source: ESPN Stats & Info Read more MLB news on BleacherReport.com
The Washington Nationals were bounced from the postseason last night, but not before Bryce Harper did the thing he's been doing all series and murdered one last baseball into the sky. Read more...
He's not overrated. He's Bryce Harper, and he's back. Bryce Harper had a rough 2014 in a lot of ways. Before the season even began, he was labeled as the most overrated player in the game by other baseball players. He missed some time...Show More Summary
The only question was whether it would be fair or foul. Washington Nationals outfielder Bryce Harper crushed a solo home run around the right field foul pole and into McCovey Cove against San Francisco Giants reliever Hunter Strickland...Show More Summary
Winning Game 3 of the National League Division Series over the San Francisco Giants provides no break for Bryce Harper and the Washington Nationals, who still face another do-or-die contest in enemy territory on Tuesday before getting a chance to return home for an anything-can-happen Game 5. Show More Summary
It's not a World Series ring, but it'll do. me currently #rallycap pic.twitter.com/kBpKRh2Sa8 — Kayla Varner (@kayvarner) October 5, 2014 Bryce Harper's fiancee got a little stressed out during Saturday's playoff game, tweeting a pic of herself OMG OOH LOOK AT THAT RING SQUEEEE!!
There's no doubting Bryce Harper's home run prowess. In the seventh inning of Game 1 of the National League Division Series on Friday, the Washington Nationals outfielder absolutely crushed a ball off San Francisco Giants pitcher Hunter...Show More Summary
Seventy-two years to the day from the first man-made object being sent into space, Bryce Harper mashed one hell of a tater. Read more...
Probably of next year's playoffs, too If you don't know who Hunter Strickland is, he's worth checking out. He throws 98-100 with command, and he's seemingly unhittable. Seemingly unhittable. That would be Bryce Harper absolutely obliterating a 97-mph fastball into the upper deck at Nationals Park. It is practically impossible to hit a baseball any harder. Goodness.