Bryce Harper Philadelphia Phillies

Age: 29 (October 16, 1992) | 6' 3" | 210lbs. | Bats: Left 1B-1 OF-139 CF-3 RF-48 DH-2 PH-4
Tm Lg YEAR G AB R H BB SO 2B 3B HR RBI SB CS BA OBP SLG BB% SO% BABIP G/L/F % $4x4 $5x5
WAS NL 2018 159 550 103 137 130 169 34 0 34 100 13 3 .249 .393 .496 19 24 .289 40/22/38 29 28
PHI NL 2019 157 573 98 149 99 178 36 1 35 114 15 3 .260 .372 .510 15 26 .313 38/24/38 30 28
PHI NL 2020 58 190 41 51 49 43 9 2 13 33 8 2 .268 .420 .542 20 18 .279 36/18/46 35 32
PHI NL 2021 141 488 101 151 100 134 42 1 35 84 13 3 .309 .429 .615 17 23 .359 41/22/37 38 35
PHI NL 2022 34 131 29 40 11 33 14 1 9 27 6 1 .305 .361 .634 7 22 .337 29/30/41 12 11
Career 11yrs 1317 4688 879 1313 844 1222 284 23 276 779 117 40 .280 .391 .527 15 22 .320 n/a
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Interesting that Scherzer got more MVP consideration than Burnes and Wheeler, who finished ahead of him in the Cy Young voting (under Burnes).

Alex Patton Alex
Nov 19 '21

For the record...

NATIONAL LEAGUE RESULTS


Bryce Harper, PHI: 17 (first-place votes), 9 (second), 2 (third), 1 (fourth), 1 (fifth) -- 348 points
Juan Soto, WSH: 6 (first), 11 (second), 7 (third), 2 (fourth), 2 (fifth), 1 (sixth), 1 (seventh) -- 274 points
Fernando Tatis Jr., SD: 2 (first), 5 (second), 15 (third), 5 (fourth), 1 (fifth), 2 (sixth) -- 244 points
Brandon Crawford, SF: 4 (first), 2 (second), 1 (third), 7 (fourth), 8 (fifth), 4 (sixth), 3 (seventh), 1 (ninth) -- 213 points
Trea Turner, WSH/LAD: 1 (first), 3 (second), 3 (third), 10 (fourth), 3 (fifth), 4 (sixth), 2 (seventh), 1 (eighth), 1 (10th) -- 185 points
Paul Goldschmidt, STL: 1 (third), 3 (fourth), 5 (fifth), 5 (sixth), 7 (seventh), 4 (eighth), 2 (ninth) -- 128 points
Austin Riley, ATL: 1 (fourth), 4 (fifth), 6 (sixth), 6 (seventh), 7 (eighth), 2 (ninth), 1 (10th) -- 111 points
Tyler O'Neill, STL: 1 (third), 2 (fifth), 3 (sixth), 2 (seventh), 5 (eighth), 2 (ninth) -- 62 points
Freddie Freeman, ATL: 1 (fifth), 2 (sixth), 2 (seventh), 5 (eighth), 1 (ninth), 2 (10th) -- 43 points
Max Muncy, LAD: 1 (sixth), 3 (seventh), 1 (eighth), 6 (ninth), 6 (10th) -- 38 points
Bryan Reynolds, PIT: 3 (seventh), 2 (eighth), 6 (ninth), 3 (10th) -- 33 points
Nick Castellanos, CIN: 1 (fourth), 1 (sixth), 5 (ninth), 2 (10th) -- 24 points
Ozzie Albies, ATL: 1 (fifth), 1 (sixth), 1 (10th) -- 12 points
Max Scherzer, WSH/LAD: 1 (fifth), 1 (eighth), 1 (ninth) -- 11 points
Corbin Burnes, MIL: 1 (fifth), 3 (10th) -- 9 points
Joey Votto, CIN: 1 (seventh), 1 (ninth), 2 (10th) -- 8 points
Willy Adames, MIL: 1 (eighth), 1 (ninth), 3 (10th) -- 8 points
Manny Machado, SD: 1 (eighth), 1 (ninth), 2 (10th) -- 7 points
Zack Wheeler, PHI: 1 (eighth), 1 (ninth), 1 (10th) -- 6 points
Adam Wainwright, STL: 1 (eighth) -- 3 points
LaMonte Wade Jr., SF: 1 (10th) -- 1 point
Kevin Gausman, SF: 1 (10th) -- 1 point
Buster Posey, SF: 1 (10th) -- 1 point

Alex Patton Alex
Nov 19 '21

Congrats on the MVP! The non-baseball, people liking part of me would love to see Kris Bryant sign in Philly so he and Bryce could hang out. (Ditto on wanting to see the Seager brothers show up in the same stadium together (though Texas and Philly are probably the only two places that could happen)).

Kent Ostby Seadogs
Nov 19 '21

First time ever that the top six MVP candidates (three per league) were all on non-playoff teams.

Kent Ostby Seadogs
Nov 9 '21

The low RBI total is perplexing.

Hit .337, slugged .600 with a runner on first.

Hit .385, slugged .577 with a runner on second.

Hit .345, slugged .621 with runners on first and second.

Hit .330, slugged .545 with runners in scoring position.

Hit .500, slugged .625 with the bases loaded.

I guess the answer is he came to the plate 358 times with the bases empty. In that situation he knocked in 27 runs.

Alex Patton Alex
Nov 8 '21

If you asked me who had the best OPS+ in the majors this year, I would have said Juan Soto and I would have been wrong.

Adjusted OPS+
1.Harper • PHI179
2.Soto • WSN175
3.Guerrero • TOR169
4.Tatis • SDP166
5.Ohtani • LAA158


Alex Patton Alex
Nov 7 '21

09.19: Bryce Harper went 2-for-4 and drove in a pair of runs on Saturday asthe Phillies topped the Mets. (Harper came through with a two-run double off of Brad Hand in the seventh inning, extending the Phillies lead to 5-1. He's pretty quietly having an outstanding season in the middle of the Phillies lineup, slashing a robust .315/.429/.627 with 33 homers, 79 RBI and 13 stolen bases.)

Alex Patton Alex
Sep 19 '21

Another solo shot for Harper last night in Coors to reach 30. Adds a bingle, bringing his OBP to .417.

He's having a great year, ribbies be damned.

Alex Patton Alex
Sep 10 '21

His 15th homer is the first to drive anyone in besides himself. Has four other hits and drives in four to raise his season total to 30.

Alex Patton Alex
Jul 7 '21

Bryce Harper (OF) PHI - May. 15

https://www.rotowire.com/baseball/player.php?id=778056

Harper is considered day-to-day after being removed from Saturday's game against the Blue Jays with right shoulder soreness, Jim Salisbury of NBC Sports Philadelphia reports.

ROTOWIRE RECOMMENDS: The 28-year-old struck out in both plate appearances Saturday before being replaced in right field by Scott Kingery. According to Scott Lauber of The Philadelphia Inquirer, manager Joe Girardi said "he isn't sure about" Harper playing Sunday, so it's wouldn't be surprising to see the outfielder on the bench.

Alex Patton Alex
May 16 '21