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As if Bryce Harper didn’t already have so much going for him, now he will soon have a trademark on one of his lines. Under Armour will soon start selling shirts emblazoned with the quote on it and Harper has applied to trademark the now famous response to a reporter’s question.
Shortly after the Nationals June 12 game in Toronto, a reporter asked the 19-year-old Bryce Harper if he’d be taking advantage of the lower Canadian drinking age. Harper, who is a Mormon and does not drink alcohol, gave a terse response to the reporter’s question.
The video of the question and Harper’s answer is a YouTube hit and was trending on Twitter.
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Video below (via MLB.com) of Bryce Harper's ridiculous hustle double on a chop up the middle on Sunday in Baltimore. Oh, and here's Davey Johnson talking about Harper's back (still sore) and something about contraptions:
"I've seen him with all kinds of contraptions [on his back], but I think right now it's for prevention." (Davey Johnson, via...
CLOWN SELECTION, BRO
As captain of the National League's Home Run Derby team, Dodgers slugger Matt Kemp has said he will not invite Nationals phenom Bryce Harper to take part in the festivities.
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No Derby for Harper
Bad news for Bryce Harper fans… Matt Kemp, the National League captain for the 2012 MLB Home Run Derby, will not be picking Bryce Harper as one of the players to participate in the event. According to USA TODAY, Kemp says he likes Harper but others are capable. Apparently, Kemp has this four-man team picked out but declined to name those players. Kemp did say...
Well, that's a clown question bro
The Denver Beer Company was in attendance at Coors Field for Tuesday's Colorado Rockies game against the Washington Nationals and got an up-close look at rookie outfielder Bryce Harper, the inspiration for their 'Clown Question, Bro' Canadian lager. Your browser does not support iframes. Charlie Berger, one of the co-founders of the Denver Beer Company, came to the...
In a brief interview with USA Today, Dodgers center fielder Matt Kemp said that he wouldn't be choosing Nationals center fielder Bryce Harper to participate in the Home Run Derby in July, saying that there are plenty of other players capable of doing well in the Derby, and that he chose his four member team based on stats. Of course, some fans are getting up in arms about...
Matt Kemp is making a mistake. Usually, he doesn't do that. Usually, he capitalizes on mistakes and sends them over the wall in Dodger Stadium. Instead, he's leaving fans wondering why he wants to leave one of the best young talents in baseball -- and one of the league's best stories -- out in left field when picking his team for All-Star festivities. Kemp, who as captain...
Matt Kemp is the captain of the National League Home Run Derby team at next month’s All-Star Game, and he says he’s picked out his squad. Despite his prodigious power, Nationals rookie Bryce Harper didn’t make Kemp’s cut.
“It’s not because he’s a rookie. It’s just that there are other guys out there that are capable,” Kemp told USA TODAY Sports. “I’m not saying...
Apparently, Washington Nationals outfielder Bryce Harper has a little bit of a sense of humor when it comes to his walk-up music.
Check out Harper's use of "Boyfriend" by Justin Bieber during his third at-bat against the Tampa Bay Rays:
(Courtesy of USA Today)
I hate throwing around harsh language. I'm both a gentleman and a scholar (according to my mom) so only on the rare occasion would I stoop to calling someone that word. But Matt Kemp is , earmuffs kids, a jerkface. I said it. But why? Kemp, the NL Home Run Derby captain, will not pick Bryce Harper to participate in the event he was born to win..."It's not because he...
With players like Mike Trout and Bryce Harper who can't even legally drink yet populating Major League Baseball, the youth movement is clearly in full swing. However, the one club whose home city the under-21 crowd could actually get a beer in is having nothing of it. The Toronto Blue Jays apparently like their players 40-plus. On Monday the Blue Jays signed the 49-year-old lefty...
To Mike Trout, 20, and Bryce Harper, 19, age is just a number. Their stats are a different story.
Los Angeles knows a star when it sees one. For years, Hollywood starlets have graced the silver screen –stars of the cinematic. For seasons, Magic Johnson’s smile, shot, and impossible passes made a show of every Lakers performance –a flare for the dramatic. For months, the...