Nationals star Bryce Harper will compete with Robert Griffin III for ownership of ‘The District’

Bryce Harper loves baseball and plays the sport with balls.

After violently colliding with the outfield wall at Chavez Ravine, Washington Nationals wunderkind Bryce Harper is not in the team’s lineup tonight against the Dodgers in Los Angeles.

Despite suffering shoulder and knee bruises, the 20-year-old Harper managed to escape without serious injuries and will likely return to the diamond on Wednesday.

An All-Star and National League Rookie of the Year award winner in 2012, Harper is batting .303 with 10 homers and 21 RBI over 35 games.

Sporting an asinine haircut and considered a cocky and malignant bat cave by many onlookers, pundits and critics, the first overall pick in the 2010 draft plays with incredible passion and flair.

Although the 6-foot-3, 230 pound Harper may want to become less aggressive in the month of May, even haters must respect the youngster’s determination.

Adding 10 pounds of muscle in the offseason, Harper couldn’t be any more dedicated to the sport of baseball.

Provided the stud continues avoiding drugs, alcohol and groupie beaver, Harper may overtake flamethrower Vida Blue as the youngest MVP in MLB history.

Ultimately, no matter what occurs this autumn, Bryce Harper will compete with Robert Griffin III for ownership of “The District” for the next decade.

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