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  • • Tiny oral history: The Bryce Harper kid's viral moment
    When Bryce Harper signed his megadeal, Philadelphia rejoiced... especially 8-year-old Phillies fan Tyler Barnett. The cancer survivor's viral reaction coming off his school bus took over all of our devices....
  • • Watch: Bryce Harper hits another homer off former team
    Philadelphia Phillies star outfielder Bryce Harper dominated his former Washington Nationals team in a series earlier this month. Now taking on the Nationals for the second time in about as many weeks, the former NL MVP was back up to his old tricks. Taking on ace Nationals starter and a teammate of many years, Stephen Strasburg, Harper went opposi...
  • • Philadelphia Phillies' offseason reviewed
    This is the latest post of MLBTR’s annual Offseason in Review series, in which we take stock of every team’s winter dealings. Time will tell if the Phillies’ offseason spending splurge ends up being fruitful or perhaps “a little bit stupid.”  But arguably no team in baseball made a bigger push toward contending in 2019 than Philadelphia, as a numbe...
  • • Bucks vs Sixers: The playoff series we need
    The Philadelphia 76ers played host Thursday night to the Eastern Conference’s best team, the Milwaukee Bucks. Milwaukee was a victory away from wrapping up the top overall seed. Meanwhile, Philadelphia had already clinched the third spot. Not surprisingly, the game at Wells Fargo Center was about as electric as it gets. Bryce Harper rang the openin...
  • • Watch: Bryce Harper rings bell before Sixers game
    While Bryce Harper plays for the Philadelphia Phillies, he’s also making his presence felt with the other teams in the City of Brotherly love. Prior to the Philadelphia 76ers game against the Milwaukee Bucks on Thursday, Harper came out to ring the bell, getting the crowd going. Harper did a good job with this one. While the people in Washington D....
  • • Winners and losers from first week of MLB season
    The MLB season is one week old. For some teams, it’s been a smooth start to a long journey. Others have hit a great deal of turbulence. Coming into the year, most power rankings would have had the Houston Astros, Boston Red Sox, and New York Yankees at the top in some order. But one week in, that’s been anything but the case. But teams like the Phi...
  • • Watch: Manny Machado hits first homer in Padres uniform
    Two of the winter’s prized free agents have made early impacts for their new teams. One day after Bryce Harper hit a massive homer for the Phillies against his former Nationals squad, Manny Machado was at it for the San Diego Padres. Taking on the Arizona Diamondbacks and reliever Matt Andriese Wednesday afternoon at Petco Park, Machado blasted thi...
  • • Gabe Kapler: Nationals fans booing Bryce Harper ‘a little surprising’
    Bryce Harper was lustily booed Tuesday night at Nationals Park in his first game back in D.C. as a member of the Philadelphia Phillies, and Gabe Kapler was a bit taken aback by the hostile reception. Nationals fans were vitriolic throughout the game toward their former superstar, booing mercilessly during all five of his at-bats, not to mention whe...
  • • This Bryce Harper bat flip against Nats was savage
    Bryce Harper pulverized his former team on Tuesday night and then stuck in the dagger with his celebration. Harper, who was playing in his first game back at Nationals Park since signing with the Philadelphia Phillies in free agency, struck out in his first two at-bats against Max Scherzer. But then he came alive with a double, RBI single, and mons...
  • • Watch: Bryce Harper blasts cannon shot against his former team
    Bryce Harper took to the field as a visitor in Washington D.C. for the first time Tuesday night. Initially, the new Philadelphia Phillies star was treated with boos from fans who had cheered him on for years. After Harper struck against Max Scherzer early on in the game, the Nationals’ Twitter account decided to troll him. Well, Harper has had the ...
  • • Watch: Bryce Harper blasts cannon shot against former team
    Bryce Harper took to the field as a visitor in Washington D.C. for the first time Tuesday night. Initially, the new Philadelphia Phillies star was treated with boos from fans who had cheered him on for years. After Harper struck against Max Scherzer early on in the game, the Nationals’ Twitter account decided to troll him. Well, Harper has had the ...
  • • Nats fans boo Harper, cheer strikeouts in return
    Former Nationals star Bryce Harper made his return to D.C. on Tuesday night as a member of the Phillies and following a 41-minute rain delay was booed lustily as he stepped into the batter's box....
  • • Phils' Harper booed in delayed D.C. homecoming
    Former Nationals star Bryce Harper made his return to D.C. on Tuesday night as a member of the Phillies and following a 41-minute rain delay was booed lustily as he stepped into the batter's box....
  • • Booed early, Harper has last word with late HR
    Former Nationals star Bryce Harper made his return to D.C. on Tuesday night as a member of the Phillies and was booed lustily as he stepped into the batter's box. But Harper would get the last laugh, launching a mammoth two-run homer in the eighth....
  • • Nationals Twitter account trolls Bryce Harper after strikeout
    Fans of the Washington Nationals heartily booed Bryce Harper in his first at-bat in Washington as a member of the Philadelphia Phillies. The Nats Twitter account was in more of a trolling mood. Harper was struck out by Max Scherzer in that at-bat. Shortly thereafter, we got a pretty strong message from Washington’s Twitter account. We suppose this ...

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Top news - Bryce Harper

  • • Bryce Harper thanks Nationals fans in apparent goodbye post
    It appeared as if Bryce Harper played in his final game in front of the home fans at Nationals Park on Wednesday, and a series of Instagram posts may have confirmed as much.Harper took to Instagram and made a series of posts on Thursday — nine, in fact — which collectively make up a photo grid. It shows Harper turned toward Nationals fans, saluting...
  • • MLBTR Poll: Likelihood Of Bryce Harper Returning To Nationals
    Last night, Bryce Harper and the Nationals played their final home game in a lost season. As Mark Zuckerman of MASNsports.com writes, it was somewhat anticlimactic — and, for the same reason, perhaps appropriate for a club that has fallen well short of expectations. To this point, both Harper and the Nats have expressed ample…...
  • • On Harper's day, Robles shows his potential
    Victor Robles collected four hits, including a two-run double and a three-run homer, to lead the Nationals to a victory in a game shortened to seven innings due to inclement weather. Still, the day belonged to Bryce Harper, who was greeted with a standing ovation each time he stepped into the batter's box in what might have been his final home game...
  • • Nats rookie Robles enjoys big day at plate
    On a day when the team and fans were celebrating Bryce Harper in what could be the final home game in a Nationals uniform, perhaps Harper's natural replacement in the outfield stole the spotlight. Victor Robles collected four hits and drove in five runs, including a three-run homer, as he stood a triple shy of the cycle through the sixth inning....
  • • Bryce Harper admits Wednesday could be final home game with Nationals
    The Washington Nationals still have another series to finish, but Bryce Harper might’ve played his final home game for the organization Wednesday.Prior to the finale against the Miami Marlins at Nationals Park, the right fielder acknowledged he was cherishing the moment because of the uncertainty the future holds, per ESPN’s Eddie Matz.“It’s defini...
  • • As offseason nears, Harper soaks in home finale
    About three and a half hours before the start of what could be his final home game at Nationals Park on Wednesday, Bryce Harper arrived to his locker and immediately changed into his home white uniform....
  • • Harper cherishing possible last Nats home game
    Bryce Harper was in his full Nationals uniform Wednesday three-and-a-half hours before the first pitch against the Marlins in what could be his last home game at Nationals Park....
  • • Report: Nationals ready to move on from Bryce Harper
    Washington Nationals star and franchise cornerstone Bryce Harper could very well be playing his last few games as a member of the organization.With the Nats closing up what has been a disappointing season, the 25-year-old Harper is set to become a free agent this winter.There’s seemingly been a growing rift between the former NL MVP and Washington’...
  • • Bryce Harper wants to stay with Nationals
    The Washington Nationals without Bryce Harper? That’s hard to picture, but the 25-year-old slugger could play his last game in Nationals Park Wednesday afternoon.Harper, who will hit free agency for the first time this offseason, said he would love to stay with the team. But the final decision may not be his, according to Barry Svrluga of the Washi...
  • • Bryce Harper discusses upcoming free agency
    Though he has made it a policy this season not to discuss his forthcoming trip onto the open market, Nationals outfielder Bryce Harper sat down recently for an interesting chat with Barry Svrluga of the Washington Post. With the clock ticking on the 2018 season, and perhaps also his time with the D.C. organization, Harper struck a distinctly nostal...
  • • Bryce Harper Discusses Upcoming Free Agency
    Though he has made it a policy this season not to discuss his forthcoming trip onto the open market, Nationals outfielder Bryce Harper sat down recently for an interesting chat with Barry Svrluga of the Washington Post. With the clock ticking on the 2018 season, and perhaps also his time with the D.C. organization, Harper struck a distinctly…...
  • • Harper expresses desire to remain with Nats
    The prospect of watching Bryce Harper take the field at Nationals Park in a visiting jersey is one that isn't just bemusing to most baseball observers, but Harper himself....
  • • Bryce Harper would 'absolutely love' to stay with Nationals
    Bryce Harper is in the midst this week of potentially his last home series in D.C. as a member of the Washington Nationals. While much is left to be decided — both by the Nationals and Harper — the superstar slugger spoke of his fondness for the organization and town.During a remarkably open discussion on Monday, Harper indicated that so long as he...
  • • Harper reaches 100 RBIs for first time in win
    Bryce Harper notched the career milestone with a sacrifice fly as the Nationals beat the Marlins. Anthony Rendon, who drove in four, Juan Soto and Matt Wieters each went deep. Neither starter was sharp in the rainy conditions: Stephen Strasburg needed 100 pitches to get through four innings, and prospect Sandy Alcantara allowed six runs in four fra...
  • • Harper reaches 100 RBIs for first time in win
    Bryce Harper reached the career milestone as the Nationals beat the Marlins. Anthony Rendon, who drove in four, Juan Soto and Matt Wieters each went deep. Neither starter was sharp in the rainy conditions: Stephen Strasburg needed 100 pitches to get through four innings, and prospect Sandy Alcantara allowed six runs in four frames....

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