Found October 31, 2012 on
Throughout his baseball career, Bryce Harper has gotten some flak for his perceived lack of maturity, but it can't be said he doesn't have a sense of humor.
One of the most notable incidents in Harper's rookie season was his reply of "That's a clown question, bro," to a reporter who asked him if he would have an alcoholic beverage after a game in Toronto -- where the 19-year-old could legally do so. That quote probably gained more traction than Harper would have liked, but he's continuing to own it, dressing up as a clown for Halloween and tweeting out a picture on Wednesday.
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So here's Bryce Harper's new ad for Dick's Sporting Goods (Under Armour Coldgear Headquarters?), in which Harper is shown doing Bryce Harper things in the cold.
We first saw the clip on DC Sports Bog yesterday.
Here's to hoping Bryce gets to play meaningful games in the cold next year...
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The ad wizards over at Under Armour recently released this new commercial called "UA Cold", which features a cameo from Washington Nationals outfielder, Bryce Harper.
If this commercial can't get you up to buy some winter Under Armour gear, I don't know what will....
(Courtesy of Washington Post)
Washington Nationals hot shot prospect’s biggest single highlight of his rookie season may not have taken place on the baseball field. After a monster game in Toronto, the 20-year old Harper was asked whether he was going to enjoy a beer ater the game. Keep in mind that the legal drinking age in Canada is 19 years old. Harper responded with, “That’s a clown question,...
Three things about this new Dick’s Sporting Goods/UnderArmor commercial starring Bryce Harper (via @recordsANDradio):
1. Harper is pretty good at acting so fired up.
2. I have no idea who those other athletes are.
3. The voiceover totally sounds like Coach Taylor.
Bryce Harper is as serious as it gets on the field, but he proved he can have some fun off of it.
The Nationals phenom shared a picture over Twitter on Wednesday of what we believe is himself dressed as a clown for Halloween. The costume was a takeoff on the hilarious response Harper gave a Toronto reporter in June that went viral. “That’s a clown question, bro” soon became...
And so, it is quite possible that Bryce Harper dressed as a clown for Halloween,
complete with "Don't be a Clown, Bro" t-shirt and full orange spandex body suit, and the socks the RGIII sent to him last week.
Now, just because the photo above was Tweeted by Bryce Harper does not mean that it IS Bryce Harper in the Clown get up and spandex body suit and "Don...
This Tweet is another perfect costume, especially ever since Washington Nationals OF Bryce Harper responded to a reporter by saying, “that’s a clown question, bro.” Some people are just blessed with creativity and while this kid has seemed immature to many reporters, he has a great sense of humor.Happy Halloween to all! #clown twitter.com/Bharper3407/st…— Bryce Harper...
First he dressed up like a USA women’s gymnast. Now he’s dressing up in a clown costume, bro. Maybe he just likes wearing tights and whatnot.
Bonus points for the RGIII socks. Stay humble.