Bryce Harper is tearing up the South Atlantic League right now, and mostly because he finally went to get an eye exam this April. The 18-year-old baseball star was what he called "blind as a bat" before he got his vision checked and the optometrist got a new pair of contact lenses.Apparently the doctor said he had some of the "worst eyes" he'd ever seen, and wondered how Harper ever hit the baseball before. Now, a month after the new lenses, the young star is hitting homers and his stats have...Read Full Story
Bryce Harper is the hottest 17-year-old in baseball going into the Major League Draft, but on Thursday his team, the College of Southern Nevada, was eliminated from the Junior College World Series while he sat in a hotel room. The day before, CSN had defeated Iowa Western Community College, but Harper was ejected from the game after questioning an umpire's call. During the fifth inning of the game, Bryce was struck out, but as he left home plate he made a line in the dirt to show the...Read Full Story
Bryce Harper, the hard-hitting high school baseball phenom who made the cover of Sports Illustrated, has decided to skip out his junoir and senoir year of high school.Instead, Harper will enrolled at the College of Southern Neveda, which will allow him to be eligible for next year's MLB draft.From an article at the LA Times: You might not have heard of Bryce Harper, but you'll hear plenty about him in the months leading up to next year's baseball draft. Think of Stephen Strasburg, with even...Read Full Story
Bryce Harper (born October 16, 1992) is a baseball player who was the top amateur player of 2010. He was drafted by the Washington Nationals in 2010 and now plays for the low-Class A Hagerstown Suns. See more about Bryce Howard here.