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In terms of athletes associated with the Under Armour brand, the first name that comes to mind is Washington Nationals outfielder Bryce Harper.
Back on Friday, Bryce posted the below photo on his Twitter account of the brand new "Bryce Harper" logo that UA produced for his brand:
That's one sexy logo.....
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Up above, Bryce Harper's new 34/BH logo, which he Tweeted a picture of Friday afternoon. Apparently this is how all of Harper's new Under Armour cleats, gear, etc. will be branded; here's a pic of the cleats, also Tweeted by Harper on Friday:
(Photos by @Bharper3407)
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Bryce Harper has joined Michael Jordan, Tiger Woods and Tom Brady on at least one list already. The 20-year-old has his own logo. Harper, who is off to a scorching start in his second big league season with the Nationals, tweeted a photo of his Under Armour logo on Friday. The logo features both the outfielder’s initials and his No. 34, and it’s actually pretty clever. So what’s...
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Here's to hoping Gio's ready to go...
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Washington was outscored...
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