Found October 10, 2012 on Busted Coverage:
PLAYERS: Bryce Harper
It’s the mystery that has been haunting us throughout the 2012 MLB season. What lucky woman is fortunate enough to be dating Bryce Harper? The answer: Kayla Varner.The game is over. As usual, Busted Coverage investigators wouldn’t rest until we had a name, Twitter account and Facebook. It just happens that the case gets solved with the Nats on the brink of elimination in the NLDS, trailing 2-1 to St. Louis.What we know about Ms. Varner:• Attends BYU• Sophomore on the soccer team• From Las Vegas; went to Green Valley High School• 2009 & 2011 Nevada High School Player of the Year• Has played in 9 games this seasonAs for how sure we are that Varner & Harper are dating, we’ll let the photos speak for themselves. That sure looks like Harper & Varner at the Washington Monument back in September.Case solved. Update your WAG rankings accordingly.[@kayvarner]Filed under: Baseball, Lead Marquee
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