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Nationals sensation Bryce Harper is going to be one of the premiere faces of the MLB, if he is not already. Baseball players aren’t generally known for their outgoing personalities like their football and basketball counterparts, but Harper certainly has some to go along with his incredible ability on the field.
One of the biggest perks of having such an outgoing personality is making yourself marketable, and Harper has started this movement as well. Harper even released his own logo today, which is a brilliant compilation of his initials, BH, and his number, 34.
Here is the logo courtesy of USA Today:
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BEST OF MAXIM
Okay, so technically Harper's bat was already broken when he singled up the middle in the fifth inning last night against Gavin Floyd, but the bat finished breaking when it crashed into his back. GIF above, a shot of the bat first breaking on contact here:
Beats breaking a bat against your head and bleeding all over the field, I guess.
Harper and his Pompadour were...
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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Up above, video from MLB.com of the baseball Bryce Harper put into orbit last night at Nationals Park. Poor little baseball never stood a chance...almost made it to the third deck.
(Screencap via MLB.com)
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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...
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.....
Bryce Harper continued his torrid hot streak to start off the 2013 season on Wednesday as the Washington Nationals handled the visiting Chicago White Sox, winning by a score of 5-2 at Nationals Park. The 20-year-old Harper went 2-4, improving his batting average to .394 on the season. He now has 4 homer runs and 6 RBI in only 8 games in his second big league season and it appears...
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Tweet At just 20-years old Washington Nationals outfielder Bryce Harper is a pretty big deal. Among baseball’s most highly touted prospects while in the minor leagues Harper lived up to the hype by putting together one of the best seasons by a teenager in MLB history in 2012, one that resulted in a trip [...]
Here’s what we learned last night on SportsCenter: If you want to piss off Braves fan, just run a Bryce Harper side…
Cherry blossom! Very cool thing to see! #DC twitter.com/Bharper3407/st…
— Bryce Harper (@Bharper3407) April 10, 2013
Since arriving back in D.C. for the summer, several Nats players have Tweeted their displeasure with DC traffic; this week Denard Span Tweeted his complaints while stuck in a traffic jam on his way to Nationals Park. And of course, Wednesday night's...
Some of the Nationals feel that left fielder Bryce Harper plays with a chip on his shoulder, as if he has something to prove.
"To myself, yes," Harper says. "To everyone else, I could care less."
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On a night when Gavin Floyd had great stuff to start with (he had allowed only an Ian Desmond double to this point), Bryce Harper was waiting in the weeds.
What follows in the video is his fourth home run of the season, and 26th of his career. It tied the game at 1-1 in a game the Nationals would eventually win 5-2.
When you look at Harper, he doesn’t look like a guy who has...
Bryce Harper homered, Ian Desmond had three extra-base hits, Danny Espinosa provided his first two RBIs of the season, and the Washington Nationals beat the Chicago White Sox 5-2 Wednesday night to stay unbeaten at home.
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We are now approximately nine games into the young MLB season and there are some interesting statistics developing around the league.
1. Washington Nationals face of the franchise Bryce Harper has yet to walk in 8 games. The young slugger had 4 home runs in 33 at bats but no one base on balls.
2. Rookie pitchers Jose Fernandez and Nick Tepesch both had impressive major league debuts...