Bryce Harper is the type of player who could lead a second-half climb. He has the power, the speed and the energy to carry a ballclub. What he lacks is seasoning.
Bryce Harper’s bid to become the first Home Run Derby Champion in Washington Nationals history fell just short Monday night in New York.
The 2013 Home Run Derby takes place on July 15 at 8 p.m. and features 8 hitters vying to become this year’s long ball king. Home Run Derby Results Derby history favors left-handed hitters, which […]
While Stephen Strasburg and Bryce Harper have performed in the spotlight since before they reached the majors, Anthony Rendon has been able to go about his business with very little attention.
Washington left fielder Bryce Harper didn’t stay around to see the Nationals lose to the Miami Marlins in extra innings on Saturday night.
Nats GM Mike Rizzo was giddy about the idea of Bryce Harper participating in the 2013 Home Run Derby, and was pleased to announce that Harper’s father would be the one throwing to him at he event.
Bryce Harper has never been accused of taking plays off, but he has made mental mistakes on the diamond, like when he foolishly couldn’t make up his mind to slide while stealing second Monday night, resulting in an awkward, last-second feet-first tag out.
Ian Desmond will need a push from Nationals fans if he wants to join teammates Jordan Zimmermann and Bryce Harper in New York for the 2013 MLB All-Star Game.
Bryce Harper drove in three runs after talking his way into Washington’s lineup, Ryan Zimmerman knocked in the go-ahead run and the Nationals rallied for a 5-4 win over the San Diego Padres on Saturday.
Bryce Harper didn’t give himself the best introduction to national media as a teenager, but 3 years after being drafted by the Nationals, he’s come a long way in representing his teammates, his city, and himself admirably on the national stage.