Cole Hamels on Bryce Harper: 'I was trying to hit him'
Bryce Harper has taken baseball by storm. He has the opportunity to be this year's version of Buster Posey from 2010. On the west coast, the Angels' top prospect Mike Trout has been a bit more incognito. But perhaps his 2-for-4 performance Saturday
Video of Bryce Harper stealing home, igniting the #Natitude.
By Washington Post editors Columnist Thomas Boswell breaks down Bryce Harper's at-bats in Wednesday's dramatic win over the Arizona Diamondbacks — in the comments section of his column from earlier this week. Here's an excerpt: Next AB was one that
Bryce Harper Steals Home!! Believe It!!: The only problem Jordan Zimmermann had in retiring the first three Phillies in order tonight came on a one-out bunt att.
WASHINGTON — Shane Victorino first met Bryce Harper three winters ago in a batting cage in Las Vegas, where both of them live. Harper's father was throwing batting practice, and Victorino took turns and heard the teenager assess his swings.