Bryce Harper has turned to Stitched at The Cosmopolitan is Las Vegas, to design his wedding day threads. The men’s boutique features custom clothing, curated ready-to-wear styles and an eclectic range of accessories. The company will dress the Washington Nationals outfielder and his wedding party for the big day. As the Las Vegas Review-Journal shared:
Harper and his wedding...
Although the Washington Nationals disappointed both themselves and fans in the postseason series against the Giants, the NL East Champions had a pretty impressive regular season.
Here are some of the players that made 2014 a standout year for the Washington Nationals.
Pitcher of the year: Jordan Zimmermann
This award could not go to any other pitcher this season. Jordan...
Washington Nationals slugger Bryce Harper and Ohio State soccer player Kayla Varner are planning two weddings for Jan. 2-3 in southern California.
They will be married in a Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints ceremony on Jan. 2 and follow with a traditional wedding on Jan. 3.
Harper, who turns 22 on Wednesday, spent three hours going through the measuring process at Stitched...
Bryce Harper will have a busy and happy offseason with girlfriend Kayla Varner. According to the Las Vegas Review-Journal, the two are getting married in January in Southern California. Harper and Varner will be married Jan. 2 at the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and have a ceremony afterwards. They will have a...Read More
Might as well watch Bryce Harper's game-tying home run from Game 4 splash down in McCovey Cove one more time. Not that it mattered, but for a few minutes there, it felt like the series was turning. It wasn't meant to be.
(Screencaps via MLB.com video)
The Washington Nationals fell to the San Francisco Giants in Game 4 of the National League Division Series, giving us all the NLCS matchup that we collectively dreaded. There were a multitude of factors that led to the ousting of the Nats from the postseason. The bats fell silent, Matt Williams was a disaster, etc. One of those reasons was not Bryce Harper.
There were multiple...
Bryce Harper on Tuesday took Hunter Strickland deep for another splash hit into McCovey Cove during the NLDS, and the young Nationals outfielder went nuts during his celebration. He also appeared to bark at and stare down the Giants after the homer, indicating there might be something personal going on between him and Strickland. Harper’s...Read More
Bryce Harper battled with the SF Sun Monster during NLDS Game 3, and won. Video both of Harper's Sun Monster catches (in the 2nd and 7th) above.
Here's Harper on his catch in the 7th, and his battle with the Sun Monster (via this MLB Network interview):
"Oh man, it was unbelievable. Having that sun up there, it's a little sun monster, that's what we call...
Nationals 21-year old phenom Bryce Harper hammered his third career postseason home run (second of this NLDS) with a blast. San Francisco Giants’ reliever Jean Machi became the latest victim. The ball traveled an estimated 421 feet, nearly going out of AT&T Park into McCovey Cove. Your browser does not support iframes. The homer gave the Nationals a 4-0 lead in the ninth and...
So Bryce Harper destroyed a baseball for a home run in the 7th inning of NLDS Game 1 tonight; unfortunately the Nats could've used a couple more of 'em in the end, dropping a 3-2 heardbraker.
Here's where that poor little baseball landed after orbit. Up there in the 3rd deck, supposedly 445 ft. later:
Bryce Harper's 7th-inning HR traveled 445', longest...