Washington Nationals outfielder Bryce Harper put on the show of all shows in the Home Run Derby on Monday, taking home the crown in front of a lively crowd...
by: Jacob Bogage — Washington Post: Early Lead 1h
There's a lot to like about MLB's annual pre-All-Star Game event. And taking it in while actually attempting to collect a home run ball provides a whole new perspective.
by: Chelsea Janes — Washington Post: Nationals Journal 1h
On Monday night at Nationals Park, Harper looked like Harper again.
Bryce Harper was once just a kid who wanted to hit home runs, and now he's a Home Run Derby champion
by: Yahoo Sports — Yahoo Sports: Big League Stew 5h
Harper not only put on a show but wore the sort of smile his 11- and 15-year-old selves would’ve appreciated.
by: Ted Berg — USA Today: For The Win 7h
Harper thrilled the home crowd with a dazzling series of late moonshots.
by: Yahoo Sports — Yahoo Sports: Big League Stew 7h
The Nationals are taking $1 off tickets for every homer Bryce Harper hit in the Home Run Derby. Harper hit 45 home runs.
by: Chris Thompson — Deadspin 8h
A Home Run Derby field that was light on star wattage wound up producing a tremendous contest, with a climactic finish featuring exactly the outcome Major League Baseball would’ve scripted if they’d had the chance: Bryce Harper surging dramatically in...
by: Will Kubzansky — SB Nation: Federal Baseball 8h
Bryce Harper did it.
by: Andrew Joseph — USA Today: For The Win 8h
Cubs fans think so.
by: Chelsea Janes — Washington Post: Nationals Journal 13h
Scherzer is the 12th pitcher in history to start the game in his home ballpark.
by: Tramel Raggs — Washington Post: D.C. Sports Bog 16h
Bearss is a well-known historian, but in this case, the history is personal.
by: Stephen G. "Ghost" Mears — Talk Nats 21h
It was nice during yesterday’s game that I could write something “positive” about Washington Nationals manager Dave Martinez and his strategies he put in place in the finale before the All-Star break. It all worked. It has been a while … Continue...