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So one of the key takeaways of the Wale-Bryce Harper meet up on Monday is that Harper got some new walkup music. Video above, via ESPN First Take. Enough of that Bieber sh-t. A mix of "Ambition" as walk up music? Perfect. Also, our favorite part of the video is when Harper talks about his love for country music AND rap.
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Bryce Harper admitted after the Nats clinched a playoff spot that he didn't know the team was in the position to do so.
Losing a ball in the sunlight and overrunning a grounder in center field made for a tough day on defense for center fielder Bryce Harper. What made it more frustrating for Harper were his two strikeouts and double-play grounder in the Nationals' 6-2 loss to the Brewers. Harper finished the day 0-for-4. The Nationals' magic number remained at six because the Braves defeated...
When we get down to the final weeks of the MLB season, we hear a lot of talk about magic numbers. The magic number is the number of games a team that controls its own destiny needs to win in order to make the playoffs. Prior to Thursday night’s win over the Dodgers, the Nationals had a magic number of one. Apparently this is not something Bryce Harper was aware of.
ON THE MARK
Your browser does not support iframes. Is there anything that Washington Nationals phenom Bryce Harper can't do?The National League Rookie of the Year candidate added another notch to his resume Friday night when he gunned down reigning league MVP Ryan Braun at the dish. The play occurred during Washington's home contest at Nationals Park against the surging Milwaukee Brewers...
So Friday night's Curly W went up in smoke in the 9th inning. The good news is, Tyler Clippard has a few weeks to figure sh-t out; and there's always Drew Storen if he can't. Meanwhile, we'd be remiss if we didn't relive the glory of Bryce Harper gunning down Ryan Braun at the plate with his bazooka arm in the fourth inning. MLB.com video above and here...
Like any good book, the baseball season unfolds as a series of intriguing stories. Mike Trout. Bryce Harper. The Baltimore Orioles. The Boston sell-off. ROIDS!!! These are all striking plot lines that draw us in, forcing us to check Twitter and MLB Trade Rumors and MLB Tonight as often as Mr. Krause uses a 5-year old picture of me looking like a goof.
Yet, at the end of the season...
I am going to say something right now that a lot of Brewers fans might not be prepared to hear: Norichika Aoki is not going to win the Rookie of the Year award this season. He won't even be close.
Bryce Harper is a lock for the NL Rookie of the Year award. Bryce Harper is hitting .262/.333/.459 and playing center field (well) on a playoff team as a NINETEEN YEAR OLD. That'...