Found August 05, 2012 on Nationals Enquirer:
PLAYERS: Bryce Harper
Up there in the second deck? That's where Bryce Harper's 8th inning home run landed - 399 ft. according to hittracker. Poor baseball was destroyed. Video via below. (Screencap via MASN/ Your browser does not support iframes. Befriend Nats Enquirer on Facebook. Follow on Twitter.

Bryce Harper shatters bat on home plate

Bryce Harper's sudden ascent in Major League Baseball has been met with a pretty serious falling back to earth over the summer. After being called up by the Nationals just weeks into the regular season, Harper has experienced the travails of a rookie getting used to major league ball. While still hitting, catching and stealing bases with aplomb, his batting average has fallen...

Bryce Harper breaks bat after strike out (Video)

How's the old saying go? "A good craftsman never blames his tools". It appears that Washington Nationals phenom Bryce Harper has never heard of that old saying since he destroyed one of his bats during a strike out against the Miami Marlins over the weekend. Watch as Miami's Rickie Nolasco strikes him out and Harper slams his bat on the ground which causes...

Bryce Harper breaks his bat on home plate after striking out (Video)

Washington Nationals rookie outfielder Bryce Harper broke his bat in half by smashing it on home plate after striking out in the fourth inning of Sunday's game against the Miami Marlins. It happened in the fourth inning as Harper swung and missed at a 2-2 curveball from Marlins pitcher Ricky Nolasco. It was Harper's second strikeout of the game, but Harper also singled...

Bryce Harper Posterized Mike Dunn for Career Bomb Number 10

Bryce Harper caught a hanging curve from Marlins lefty Mike Dunn and added an exclamation mark on the Nats 10-7 come from behind victory. I was actually watching on my iPhone when Harper connected, and it was hard to tell where the ball was going. Until I saw the fans sitting directly behind home plate. Watch their reaction. They knew it was a monster bomb off the bat. In fact...

Bryce Harper's new camouflage high-top cleats

Oh, here's something: Bryce Harper has new camouflage high-top cleats, courtesy of Under Armour. Beats the gold cleats from the All-Star Game, that's for sure. Befriend Nats Enquirer on Facebook. Follow on Twitter.  

Bryce Harper breaks bat on home plate in frustration after strikeout (Video)

Your browser does not support iframes. A manager would much rather have a player who cares too much over one who doesn’t care at all, but there is a certain line that cannot be crossed. Bryce Harper flirted with it on Sunday afternoon. After striking out on a Ricky Nolasco curveball in the fourth inning, Harper slammed his bat on home plate in frustration and snapped it in half...

Bryce Harper is sorry for breaking his bat on home plate, okay?

There was a time when a Bryce Harper mini-temper-tantrum like the one he threw in the fourth inning Sunday afternoon would have kicked off a storm of controversy. Nowadays? No big deal. Oh, and Harper apparently apologized to Marlins catcher John Buck for the splinters in his next AB in the sixth, and Buck accepted: "I saw it hit and that’s why I kind of jumped away...

DMV: Bryce Harper, Bat-Breaker

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