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Organizational Talent Rankings via Baseball America
2012 (1) | 2011 (14) | 2010 (24) | 2009 (21) | 2008 (10)
2012 Affiliate Records
MLB: [98-64] NL East
AAA: [70-74] International League – Syracuse
AA: [64-78] Eastern League – Harrisburg
A+: [64-75] Carolina League – Potomac
A: [82-55] South Atlantic League – Hagerstown
A(ss): [46-30] New York-Penn League — Auburn
Bryce Harper (OF); Steve Lombardozzi (Util); Tyler Moore (OF)
The Run Down
A little more than a year ago, this Washington Nationals system was regarded as the best in the game. Then a trade with Oakland sent a handful of prospects out west, their top draft pick went down with a broken ankle, and Bryce Harper graduated to the bigs. What's left, now, is a system that's filled to the brim with risky, oft-injured prospects. There is almost nothing here that I would consider safe. Top overall prospect Anthony Rendon is an exciting, high-impact guy, but he's yet to play a full season as a ...
BEST OF MAXIM
On Wednesday night, Bryce Harper Tweeted that he was looking for a "Rockabilly" barbershop in DC:
Apparently he gave up on that idea and on Thursday settled on the haircut above from Headz Up Barbershop (official barber of the Marlins) before leaving Viera (photo above via @BHarper3407).
So is that the "Rockabilly" haircut you were looking for, Bryce...
Bryce Harper belted not one but two homers on Opening Day, becoming the youngest player in the live-ball era (since 1920) to do so.
With fans at Nationals Park loudly chanting “M-V-P,” Washington wunderkind Bryce Harper became the youngest major leaguer to homer twice in the opening game of a season during a 2-0 victory over the Miami Marlins on Monday afternoon. “They really were loud and crazy,” said Harper, 20, who Washington selected out of the College of Southern Nevada with the first overall pick...
Bryce Harper’s Monday afternoon:
1. Picked up the 2012 NL Rookie of the Year award.
2. Hit two home runs in his first two at-bats.
3. The first was caught by a Jayson Werth lookalike.
4. Squared to bunt in his third at-bat.
5. Did not get thrown at, somehow.
6. Kept Miami from scoring with his laser-rifle arm.
Stephen Strasburg, by the way, was brilliant, giving up three hits...
It didn’t take long for second year sensation Bryce Harper to erase any notion that there will be a sophomre slump. Haper’s very first at-bat against Ricky Nolasco led to a solo shot over the right field wall for an early 1-0 lead for the Washington Nationals. Bryce was just getting started. What is better than going yard on your first at-bat on opening day? Hitting...
Bryce Harper appears poised for a breakout season with the Washington Nationals in 2013, but he wants more than that. Becoming the face of one of the best young teams in baseball would be nice, but Harper wants to become the Tom Brady of the MLB. During an interview with the Washington Times on Sunday, Harper expressed a desire to be featured on magazine covers and be seen as more...
For Bryce Harper, two homers in his first two at-bats, and even some ''M-V-P!'' chants. For Stephen Strasburg, 19 consecutive outs during one stretch of seven scoreless innings.
And for the defending NL East champion Washington Nationals, a 2-0 victory over the Miami Marlins on Monday in Game 1 of a season lame-duck manager Davey Johnson declared months ago should...
All of the excitement during the pomp and circumstance from the pre-game festivities didn’t take long to materialize into real excitement. The Washington Nationals beat the Miami Marlins 2-0, though the game seemed more lopsided than the box score showed with the help of some dominant individual performances.
In his first at-bat of the season, Bryce Harper mashed a...
When I saw that Ricky Nolasco was named the Marlins’ Opening Day starting pitcher, immediately a light went on that I was probably going to see a Bryce Harper home run in his first Opening Day game.
As he usually does, he did one better. He hit two, with the second being a towering shot to right field. In case you were in your cubicle this afternoon went Bryce Harper gave the Nationals...
Article via Fantasy Baseball If you are getting ready for fantasy baseball season, here are some tips about last year’s top fantasy baseball rookies in the National League. Bryce Harper was the big National League rookie name going into the 2012 season and he ended up winning NL Rookie of the Year, but the four
Ricky Nolasco pitched great outside of two pitches to Bryce Harper but that was enough as the Miami Marlins fell to the Washington Nationals 2-0 on Opening Day in Washington D.C.. The first of the longballs came in the first inning on a hanging curveball and the Nationals never looked back. Stephen Strasburg and the Nats bullpen quieted Miami’s offense and kept them from even...