Bryce Harper, the young outfielder for Washington Nationals, is an American professional baseball player who has made a name for himself with his unique techniques and amazing physical training. Bryce was awarded 2010 Golden Spikes Award at 18 years old which shows that people around the world look up to him as their role model in this game.
The 2017 accident was devastating, bringing many questions about the true nature of Harper’s regime. What made it worse is that he gained such muscles in a short time frame which lead people to question him more than before.
Fast growth of muscles and increased strength had created a lot of pressure on the player. People no longer trusted him, with good reason, there was really not enough evidence to support his claims that he wasn’t using steroids or some sort of performance enhancer.
About Bryce Harper and his career
In 2009, well-known baseball player Bryce Harper earned his General Educational Development (GED) and enrolled in the College of Southern Nevada’s Scenic West Athletic Conference. This helped him to be eligible for June 2010 draft and begin a successful career at an early stage.
The energetic streak of 31 home runs broke the previous record of 12 and he was, thus named as 2010 SWAC Player of Year.
At age 12, he was named the most promising baseball player. With this achievement under his belt and so young, it seemed like a sure thing that he’d end up in professional sports, third place for Most Popular Player confirmed these suspicions even further.
Bryce Harper rose to fame in his very first two games, bringing him success and wins. People started talking about him quickly which made it seem like he was ‘the talk of the town’ all at once.
Baseball is the sport of Japan, and Bryce Harper made a grand appearance there in 2014. His good looks were appreciated by many Japanese fans who dubbed him “the most organized sportsman” for his outsized muscles that are just right for this kind of game.
Major League Baseball
A 2012 MLB baseball prospect, Bryce Harper was expected to be picked by leading watchers. With his stunning height and weight, he made his debut with the Nationals on April 28 of that same year.
Bryce Harper’s MLB debut in 2012 made him the youngest player ever to be selected for that year’s All-Star Game. His excellent performance earned him a top spot among all outfielders, according to statistics compiled by baseball analytics.
Bryce Harper is tall. At 6’3”, he towered over the average MLB player at 5’10”. His weight was estimated around 225-230 lbs., which made him look massive on the field. However, though everyone could tell that Bryce would be a good baseball player one day due to his size alone – it wasn’t clear how dominant or skilled of an athlete he’d become in only half a decade since beginning play professionally with Major League Baseball (MLB).
To anyone who watches a baseball game, it’s easy to tell whether or not a player is on steroids. Not only did Bryce become massive and ripped in shape over the years, but he also became heavier than previous seasons even though his batting average was increasing as well.
Steroids & Harper’s step-in to the new career
The baseball world was set ablaze in 2017 after Bryce Harper’s change of form. People began to wonder if steroids were the reason for his power surge, but it wasn’t until 2018 that we got our answer when he won MVP and produced at an even higher level than before.
Despite knowing the truth behind fast muscle growth and strength, Harper chose to deny using steroids. He reasoned that since it is a comparison with other popular sportsmen’s recipes, he felt nothing should be said about his steroid use.