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While Bryce Harper is tearing up the MLB, his older brother Bryan and his unbelievable mustache are dominating at life.
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So Bryce Harper had a fairly nasty collision with Marlins catcher Rob Brantly in the first inning on Thursday in the process of scoring on a double by Ryan Zimmerman  (video here). Screen cap of the aftermath above, via MASN. It sort of looked like Brantly threw an elbow to Harper's chin: Anyway, a day after Gio Gonzalez delivered an early candidate for quote of the...
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Fan catches Jayson Werth home run ball barehanded while carrying young son (Video)

Your browser does not support iframes. A fan made an impressive catch of Washington Nationals outfielder Jayson Werth's home run during the seventh inning of Saturday's game at Great American Ball Park in Cincinnati, as the fan caught it barehanded with his left hand while carrying his young son in his right hand. Very impressive. The Reds might want to sign this guy...

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by: Dan Howard Staff Writer YEEEEAAAAHHH BABY!!! Dat’s what I’m talkin’ bout! Dat’s what “swag” looks like! In case you don’t know that’s what’s called takin’ a team to the woodshed, also known as a butt whuppin’. The Nationals are heading to their team hotel with some Big Red welts on their backsides! Hey all you so called experts, those stone tablets...

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