Washington Nationals’ second baseman Danny Espinosa had a decent season in 2012 (except for those NL-leading strikeouts). Unfortunately, Espinosa and Washington packed away…
Bryce Harper, the Washington Nationals rookie, got his first hit of his Major League Baseball career off of a Los Angeles Dodgers pitcher for a double. Some Dodgers fans decided to moon, not only their pitcher, but also Bryce Harper. Yeah, it doesn't make sense to moon your own pitcher but the kids look pretty young. This may be the best rookie troll move of all time. We enhanced the image after the JUMP!
Well, that got old real quick. What was for a brief moment the cool thing to do with a pair of customized jerseys is now apparently what everyone is doing. The 99 problems and ain't 1 his and her customized jerseys were first spotted in Orlando, but they were seen this week at a Washington Nationals game. Soon, they'll be in a ballpark, arena or stadium near you. Can you wait? We certainly can't! JUMP!
Angels pitcher Garrett Richards may have one-upped the Washington Nationals and Stephen Strasburg's Papa Smurf outfit. Richards got to pose as Miss Bo Peep (we think), including his thick legs in stockings. It begs the question, who got the worse end of the rookie hazing, Strasburg or Richards? They both appear to be having more fun than should be expected. Check it!
The Washington Nationals may not be very good on the baseball diamond, but at least their an entertaining bunch. Sixteen rookies were required to dress up as Smurfs, complete with blue body paint and tight white pants on Sunday. Ace Stephen Strasburg was Papa Smurf and catcher Wilson Ramos was a very ugly looking Smurfette. For some of the strangest rookie hazing we've ever seen, check out this gallery!