WASHINGTON — Everywhere you look, Bryce Harper is.
Sure, he’s on the Nationals and is on the field almost every night, but when the game ends, there he is, still on your TV.
Only, now Harper is by himself on the field, crushing baseball after baseball into the night as stat after stat is rattled off, in the name of Under Armour.
Change the channel, and there’s Harper strolling down the sidewalk in a plaid sport coat and white pants talking about what drives him to be great, in the name of Jaguar.
Last month, Harper told you why you should buy your dad a New Era cap for Father’s Day.
This month, he’s presenting Breanna Stewart with the ESPY Award for Best Female Athlete.
Barely more than a year ago, Harper was an injury-plagued outfielder who was voted by his peers as the most overrated player in MLB. Now, he’s the reigning National League MVP with a slew of endorsements and a national presence bigger than that of any athlete in the District.
Bryce Harper is everywhere.