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I'VE BEEN HOLDING THIS FOR 4 YEARS WAITING FOR THE RIGHT TIME
THE TIME HAS ARRIVED AND SO HAS HARPER
HE'S OFF TO A SCORCHING START LIKE 2012 AND IF THIS 22 YR OLD PHENOM ( YES HE'S YOUNGER THEN TROUT AND MANY HIGHLY TOUTED PROSPECTS) CONTINUES HE IS WELL ON TO HIS WAY TO MAKE MORE MAJOR LEAGUE HISTORY. ALREADY THE BIGGEST NATIONAL EVER HE'S SLOWLY CLIMBING HIGHER TO BE ONE OF THE GREATEST EVER TO PLAY THE GAME
1/1 LINE UP FROM HIS 1ST HOME RUN GAME - PERFECT AS A GIFT , TO HANG IN STORE OR OFFICE OR KEEP FOR YEARS TO COME
IT'LL ONLY RISE IN VALUE
PETE ROSES' 1ST HR LINE UP, JETER'S ? MATTINGLY'S? , WALTER JOHNSON'S? ETC ETC ...WHAT WOULD THEY BE WORTH RIGHT NOW ...EXACTLY !!!!
THINK FOR THE FUTURE , I DO , I DID....THIS WILL PAY HEFTYDIVIDENDS
On May 14, 2012, Harper hit his first Major League home run off ofSan Diego PadrespitcherTim Stauffer.He was the youngest player to homer in the major leagues sinceAdrián Beltrédid in 1998.He was named National League Rookie of the Month for May..THIS IS THE ACTUAL LINE UP FROM THAT ACTUAL GAME THE MONTH HE EARNED HIS 1ST ROOKIE OF MONTH AWARDSBryce HarperHarper with the Washington NationalsWashington Nationals – No. 34OutfielderBorn:October 16, 1992(age22)
Las debutApril 28,2012for theWashington NationalsCareer statistics
(through April 15, 2015)Batting average.271Hits363Home runs57Runs batted in151Runs213Teams
- Washington highlights and awards
- 2×MLB All-Star(2012,2013)
- NL Rookie of the Year(2012)
- Golden Spikes Award(2010)
- Home Run Derbyparticipant (2013)
- Home Run DerbyFinalist (2013)
Bryce Aron Max Harper(born October 16, 1992) is theWashington NationalsofMajor League Baseball. Harper was selected by the Nationals with the first overall pick in the2010 Major League Baseball Draft. He stands at 6 feet 3inches and weighs 225lbs.
Harper won the 2010Golden Spikes Award, awarded annually to the into the 2012 season, baseball prospect-watchers, includingBaseball America,MLB.com, andBaseball Prospectusroutinely ranked Harper as a top-3 prospect. He made his MLB debut with the Nationals on April 28, 2012. Harper was selected for the2012 All-Star Game, becoming the youngest position player to ever be selected.He has been touted as a "five-tool player".He has been chosen as the No. 2 corner outfielder in the MLB by professional baseball analytics.