Baseball America named Washington Nationals’ slugger Bryce Harper their Major League Player of the Year.
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@warriorblack @bharper3407 Nationals outfielder Bryce Harper sits atop NL vote-getters with 13,864,950 votes, setting an all-time National League record in the process.
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Warriorblack congratulates Nationals right fielder Bryce Harper on earning the National League Player of the Month The Nationals flourished in May, rejuvenating their season, winning series after series. Harper’s 13-home run month sparked the surge
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For the second consecutive week, Harper was named the National League player of the week. The National League has named a player of the week since 1974. In those 40-plus years, Harper is the 10th player to win the award in back-to-back weeks.
If you haven’t been paying attention, Washington Nationals slugger Bryce Harper is really, really good. On the year, he has 14 home runs, 37 RBI and a batting average of .338. That’s with pitchers doing everything in their power not to throw him hittable balls (he’s been walked a league-leading 36 times this season). …
Why chocolate syrup over the traditional whipped cream pie or Gatorade or something else? Pitcher Max Scherzer gave this explanation to the MLB Network’s “Intentional Talk” earlier this week: “You know, what’s your favorite ice cream topping? Chocolate syrup. You know, it tops it all off. So, when you have a great win, and you have …