Harper Wins Two Negro League Legacy Awards

KANSAS CITY — The accolades keep rolling in for Bryce Harper’s 2015 campaign, which netted him the National League MVP and a number of offensive titles. Now, he can add the Negro League Museum’s Charleston Legacy Award (NL MVP) and Gibson Legacy Award (NL homerun title). The awards were presented by the museum’s President Bob Kendrick, along with a guided tour for the team...
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Bryce Harper Signs Monster Endorsement Deal With Under Armour

It’s been reported that Washington Nationals‘ Bryce Harper has agreed to an historic endorsement deal. It’s a multi-year extension with Under Armour. The 10-year contract is the largest endorsement deal for a Major League Baseball player.
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Nats Stock Watch: What's wrong with Bryce Harper?

Each week this season, we’ll take the temperature of the Nationals roster to see which player's stock is rising or falling.  Record: 4-3Team slash: .221/.275/.385Team
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Report: Bryce Harper signs historic Under Armour deal

Bryce Harper just got paid. Not by the Washington Nationals but by Under Armour. The reigning NL MVP reportedly signed a 10-year extension with the sports apparel giant that is believed to be the largest endorsement deal in history for a baseball player, a source told ESPN’s Darren Rovell. The deal was announced Tuesday by Under Armour. Harper shared the news via his Instagram...
Via The Sports Daily
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Harper looks back at career on four-year anniversary of debut

A 19-year-old Bryce Harper made his MLB debut for the Washington Nationals four years ago to the day on Thursday. To help mark the anniversary, the reigning NL MVP took some time to reflect upon his rapid rise to becoming arguably the best player in baseball. While many experts and pundits projected very big things for Harper ever since he was touted as baseball’s “Next Big...
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Bryce Harper will play in 2017 WBC … on one condition

Washington Nationals slugger Bryce Harper arguably is the best player in baseball at the moment, so it obviously would be a major coup if those in charge of the U.S. team could convince him to play in next year’s World Baseball Classic. Harper recently indicated he’d love to play for his country in the upcoming global tournament, but only under one condition: The team has...
Via Sportress of Blogitude
6 days ago  |  Discuss

Nationals selling ‘Make baseball fun again’ merchandise

Reigning National League MVP Bryce Harper has been spotted wearing apparel saying “Make baseball fun again.” Now his team is following suit. The Washington Nationals are selling merchandise with the slogan prominently featured. Get ‘em while they’re hot. Available at the #Nats Team Store.#MakeBaseballFunAgain — Washington Nationals...
Via Sportsnaut
12 days ago  |  Discuss

Fans behind 'Bruce' Harper sign misspelled name intentionally

The fans behind the infamous “Bruce” Harper sign at a Washington Nationals game on Saturday say the misspelling was intentional and done as a joke. Fans Ryan Winnick and Kyle Banas are not even Nationals fans — one is a Phillies fan and the other a Yankees fan — so they thought it would be funny to make a big sign saying how far they had traveled for the game, only to have...
Via Larry Brown Sports
16 days ago  |  Discuss

WATCH: Bryce Harper home run ends up in bullpen bathroom

Another day, another ridiculous Bryce Harper home run. In the Nationals’ 3-2 loss to the Philadelphia Phillies on Sunday, the man who wants to “make baseball great again,” hit a huge home run off of Jeanmar Gomez in the 10th inning to give Washington a temporary 2-1 lead. Harper got all of that one. Washington ended up losing the game thanks to a blown save by closer Jonathan...
Via The Comeback
16 days ago  |  Discuss

Are Bryce Harper’s ‘100’ emoji bat decals against MLB rules?

Entering Monday’s game against the Atlanta Braves, Bryce Harper stood only one home run away from notching his 100th round-tripper of his career. To help commemorate the soon-to-happen milestone, the Washington Nationals slugger added some embellishments to his bats by affixing “100” emoji decals to them and taking to Instagram to show them off. Favorite Emoji...
Via Sportress of Blogitude
22 days ago  |  Discuss

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