Blythe Harper is a famous American baseball player who plays Major League Baseball for the Washington Nationals. He was selected by the team during the 2010 Major League Baseball Draft. So far, interacting with them has proven to be an efficient player. He was ranked by Prospect Watchers as Baseball America, MLB.com and Prospect as Top 3 Prospect. He was also selected for the All Star Game 2012. This made him the youngest player ever. In the same year, I won the NL rookie of the year. Throughout his career, he has also won other awards such as “NL Hank Aaron Award” and “Silver Slugger Award”. He’s 6 feet 3 inches tall, he’s pretty cool and has a huge following. He is currently married to Kayla Varner. His brother Brian Harper is also the launcher of the Washington Nationals.
Bryce Aaron Maz Harper was born October 16, 1992, in Ron and Sheri Harper in Las Vegas, Nevada. He has an older brother named Bryan. He studied at Las Vegas High School and received his General Educational Development (GED) in October 2009. This received the amateur qualification for June 2010, with which he can begin his professional career in the baseball field. In 2010, Harper competed at the Scenic West Athletic Conference at the University of South Nevada. He made an impression when he pushed the record in front of the 12 home schools with 31. Therefore, he was elected SWAC player this year.
In the final of the Western District of the NJCAA World Series 2010, he scored with five RBIs a score of 6 to 7 and turned around. After the third blow was taken by home judge Don Gilmore, he left the game of the National Junior College World Series on June 2. It was the second ban this year that brought him a break from two games. That ended his amateur career. However, due to his skills and abilities, he received the Golden Spike Award 2010.
In the 2015 season, he beat the longest home run of his professional career. In the match against Philadelphia · Phillies, a 461-foot run to Centerfield. In another game with Miami Marlins, he scored three home wins for the first time in his career. In May he won the Player of the Month. In the same year, he became the first player to win the honor of his team and was named National Valuable Player 2015. His performance in the 2016 season was also commendable, but he called after teammate Danny Espinosa shouted at Brian Knight when he was called on strike. He was suspended for a match and fined. He played 147 games this season and finished 24 home runs and 86 RBI at .243 strike average. In the 2017 season, he hit the home race at PNC Park and set in his career a record on a home run in 15 Bundesliga stages on.
Age: 26 Years
Dad: Ron Harper
Mom: Sheri Harper
Net Worth: $15 million
Salary: $13 million