Bryce Harper’s reaction to the news that the Washington Nationals added Max Scherzer to an already-talented starting staff drew quite a lot of attention.
Bryce Harper is made of some kind of granite posing alongside Max Scherzer for the cover of Sports Illustrated’s 2015 MLB Preview issue.
Bryce Harper, confident, says the things he says because he’s also confident in his team, he says: “People want to see us fail.”
Bryce Harper, asked about his long-term future, says he won’t leave the Nationals without first winning a World Series title: “I don’t care how long it takes me.”
Judging by Bryce Harper’s Instagram video, it appears he’s well on his way to building monster biceps for the second straight offseason.
Bryce Harper posted a video of himself stepping up to, then promptly crushing a golf ball a mile (340 yards), a la Happy Gilmore.
Pete Rose hasn’t updated his boilerplate response to Bryce Harper-related questions in a year and a half.
Bryce Harper crushes a baseball in slow-motion off into the mountainous Las Vegas sunset.
Newest National Max Scherzer opens up about perception in the league of Bryce Harper, and his relationship to facial hair, media, and the tops of pizza.
Good news ladies — Looks like Washington Nationals heartthrob Bryce Harper may not be off the market just yet.