Bryce Harper was voted the National League’s Most Valuable Player. This is because he was almost certainly the National League’s most valuable player. I don’t want to get into the argument about the definition of “value,” and there are some halfway decent arguments that might conclude Harper got topped, but Harper is a wonderfully deserving winner, and his win comes absent...
Bryce Harper is one of the most polarizing players in Major League Baseball. Despite putting up phenomenal numbers throughout his baseball career at every level, the Washington Nationals slugger nevertheless has plenty of detractors who attempt to deride his on-field accomplishments. And fans in opposing ballparks relish the opportunity to boo the sometimes-brash but consistently...
Bryce Harper was named the National League Most Valuable Player on Thursday night, becoming the youngest unanimous MVP winner in baseball history. Harper, 23, got all 30 first-place votes from members of the Baseball Writers’ Association of America. The Nationals’ All Star led the majors in slugging percentage and on-base average and 9.9 fWAR while batting .330 with 42 home...
Bryce Harper is a driven athlete, a busy man and presumably popular fellow. So you can excuse him if he’s not completely hip to the Internet lingo. The Washington Nationals outfielder was named the unanimous choice for National League Most Valuable Player on Thursday night. With that, obviously comes what must seem like an unending media tour. Part of that media tour included a...
National League MVP Bryce Harper went on SportsCenter on Thursday night to discuss winning the prestigious award with Scott Van Pelt. When asked about whether he’d rather have a season in which he hits less than 10 home runs or be devoid of hair like Van Pelt, Harper was reluctant to answer the question. After some hesitation, he finally weighed in, but said he was a bit reserved...
All Bryce Harper wanted to do was avoid becoming a meme. All he ended up doing was becoming a meme. Harper was interviewed by ESPN’s Scott Van Pelt about winning the NL MVP award Thursday. SVP decided to get cute with Harper by asking him some funny questions. He asked whether Harper would rather be...Read More
I'M LOSING IT RT @drewsch_: @Lana @byjanehammond https://t.co/oYdrIS03QK — Lana Berry (@Lana) November 20, 2015 Bryce Harper: MVP-level baseball player… meh-level linguist. The post Bryce Harper pronouncing “meme” is your new favorite meme appeared first on Awful Announcing.
NEW YORK — Bryce Harper has become the youngest unanimous MVP winner in baseball history, capturing the National League award during a season in which his Washington Nationals missed the playoffs. Harper turned 23 in mid-October, after the postseason had already started. Harper got all 30 first-place votes from members of the Baseball Writers’ Association of America in results...
Bryce Harper has developed into everything the Washington Nationals could have asked for when they drafted him first overall in 2010, and the team would love to have him on their team as long as he’s playing ball. Though the Nats have not talked about a longterm contract extension for Harper yet, general manager Mike...Read More
Maybe the Nationals’ disastrous 2015 season pushed Bryce Harper a lot closer to the brink of total insanity than we all thought. On Saturday, the 22-year-old outfielder showed off a new hairdo for his Instagram devotees to fawn over: bright white locks. Changed it up #Ice #hairstyle A photo posted by Bryce Harper (@bharper3407) on...Read More
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