Keeping it for the MVP, @BHarper3407. Congrats Bryce! #MVPDMVA photo posted by @washwizards on Nov 20, 2015 at 10:41am PSTSo. Much. #Synergy.Bryce Harper was named MLB’s National League most valuable player Thursday, and the local sports world showed their solidarity.Read full article >>
As if Bryce Harper’s thank-you to his fans, friends and teammates wasn’t sweet enough, we detect a whiff of some awww subtext aimed at the Nats’ slugger’s girlfriend, Kayla Varner. “To My Family, The Nationals Organization/Teammates, and to all the amazing Fans, Thank You! I’m truly blessed,” Harper tweeted Thursday night following his selection as the National […]
What do you do after one of the greatest seasons a 22-year-old has ever had? Get better, apparently. Reminder: It wasn't just weirdos in the bowels of the Internet who thought Bryce Harper was overrated. It wasn't just the gurgling of hot-take artists on the radio, or the talking heads on TV. Show More Summary
The outfielder is the first Nationals player to win the honor, and he celebrated by spinning some internet gold. [ more › ]
Bryce Harper might be the National League's most valuable player, but the kid doesn't have any idea how to pronounce the word "meme." The 23-year-old was named the NL MVP on Thursday after hitting.330 with 42 home runs for the Washington Nationals while driving in 99 runs. During an interview...
Bryce Harper‘s a lot of things. But I’m guessing he doesn’t spend too much time on the Internet. Or maybe he does, he’s just never heard the word “meme” said out loud. Because last night, he was dressed to the nines on the Scott Van Pelt show, talking about winning the MVP, when he offered […]
Bryce Harper might have just been named the National League MVP Thursday, but if we're to take anything away from his subsequent interview with Scott Van Pelt on "SportsCenter," it's that his passion for the game has deprived him ofShow More Summary
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NL MVP Bryce Harper went on SportsCenter to take some questions from Scott Van Pelt, and when answering expressed a reluctance to become a meme. Or was that a may may? A meh meh? No matter how you spell his pronunciation, it had the ironic effect of turning Harper into, yup, a meme. Read more...
Washington Nationals outfielder Bryce Harper may have been unanimously voted the 2015 National League Most Valuable Player on Thursday, but that doesn't mean he's perfect. Just check out the Vine above if you need proof. Harper went on SportsCenter Thursday after winning the NL MVP award earlier in the night. Show More Summary
He was on the cover of Sports Illustrated in 2009. He hit a 502-foot home run during the Power Showcase at Tropicana Field when he was 16. He was nominated “the most exciting prodigy since LeBron” by SI’s Tom Verducci. He was the No. 1 overall pick by the Washington Nationals in the 2010 draft. He won National League Rookie of the Year in 2012.Read full article >>
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Bryce Harper had a pretty good day Thursday. He was unanimously voted NL MVP, becoming the fourth-youngest MVP in MLB history. Then the clock struck midnight and he appeared on SVP's SportsCenter. Bryce. Bryce. BRYCE. You are 23 years old. Show More Summary
Bryce Harper spoke to reporters on a conference call after being announced as the National League Most Valuable Player on Thursday night, the first MVP in Nationals history. Below you’ll find a transcript of the highlights of that call,...Show More Summary
The future home of Bryce Harper has long induced a mixture of fantasy and foreboding within Washington Nationals fans. They can picture a Curly W engraved on the cap of his Cooperstown plaque, the culmination of a career spent in the...Show More Summary
In the past 30 years, just two professional athletes in Washington have been named the MVPs of their leagues: Alex Ovechkin of the Capitals and now, on Thursday, Bryce Harper of the Nationals. The parallels between them, and the expensive conundrum they posed for their teams, are almost identical.Read full article >>
Donaldson, a third baseman for the Blue Jays, and Harper, a right fielder for the Nationals, easily won their first Most Valuable Player Awards.
A few months ago, Bryce Harper entered 2015 looking to silence the many doubters who thought he was, at worst, a huge disappointment or, at best, overrated. If nothing the Washington Nationals' star right fielder did throughout 2015Show More Summary