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Just a day after Nationals manager Matt Williams went off on the rumor that struggling 21-year-old slugger Bryce Harper might be demoted to the minors, the young guy rewarded his team for sticking with him by hitting a walk-off homer in extra innings against the Mets.
I heard you started reading a book? Cool, what’s it about? How bored you are? Love? C’mon, you’re not fooling anyone. Baseball is back. Behold it’s majesty…
Pat Mayo (@ThePME) & Mike Cardano (@MikeCardano) are together again, this time discussing the second half outlooks for Pedro Alvarez, David Wright, Michel Cuddyer and Bryce Harper.
Bryce Harper’s Brother Has A Ridiculous Mustache; Jose Canseco Talking Smack, And Other Home Run Derby Updates
If scientists can produce a player with Bryce Harper’s haircut and brother Bryan Harper’s mustache, we’d have the first super-player capable of hitting 150 home runs in a season. Your move, Miami biogenesis lab.
Welcome to The Daily Yam, bringing you Yesterday’s Awesome Moment, anything else you might have missed, and what to look forward to today. It’s your one-stop shop when you skipped last night’s action, or have forgotten what day it is. Last night, Bryce Harper returned from a knee injury in dramatic fashion by knocking the crap out of a baseball in his first at-bat.
This really isn’t all that surprising if you know anything about Bryce Harper. It’s unfortunate for the dog that he’s going to have to go through his entire life with a name like Swag, but he isn’t alone. There are other athlete-owned dogs out there with shitty names.
Rafael Soriano Says His 4-Year-Old Son Could Have Caught The Ball That Eluded Bryce Harper Against The Giants On Tuesday
Nationals’ closer Rafael Soriano had a rather remarkable (which is to say, stupid) thing to say about the triple he gave up to Gregor Blanco that allowed the Giants to tie the game in the bottom of the ninth on Tuesday. We talk of four-year-olds, triples and broken things, following the jump.
Bryce Harper is thrilling fans as the newest rising superstar in the majors. His teammates say he plays with distinctive fire and passion. Yet he is a polite, calm subject here with Scott Engel of RotoExperts.com. Listen as Harper dodges the hype and talks about how his respect for the game and veteran influences steer him to be very focused while the hoopla builds around him.